Certified Natural (a) Icy White Green Jade Ballerina Pendant 925 Silver #p851
CERTIFIED Grade A 100% Natural Untreated Jadeite JADE Beautiful 925 Silver Pendant NO Chain. >> Genuine 18K Solid Gold Pendant. >> Jade Carved Hand Playing Piece. >> Lucky Jade Hanging Charms.
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100% guaranteed natural in color. 38 x 24.5mm X 5mm (pendant) 3.2mm (green), 2.4mm (white) & 2.8mm (green).
Lease see pictures If have slight natural inclusions, slightly light inner stone veins or inner hairline they are not cracked, not fracture. They are from the original stone. Grade A , excellent condition , 100% handmade. Ometime color may vary slightly due to the color calibration of each individual monitor, but you will received the EXACT jade as displayed in the photos. Velvet Jewelry Pouch & Gift Box. Collection, Gift Don't miss out! Get it before it's gone. Eligible countries only : Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom International Buyers? If you are not satisfied with our product, you may return any item within 14 days after the date of receipt. Item must be in their original condition (NEW and UNUSED). Thank you for your understanding. We love to hear from you because your feedback is very important to us. If in any way you are not satisfied with the item you received, please don't give us a negative or neutral feedback.
We will try our best to resolve any issues you may have. All photos are taken under fluorescent light or natural daylight without any Photoshop colors enhance.
We tried our best to take photos from the actual object, sometimes the camera, different lighting and angle, optical fiber, monitor various reason still may form the picture and the actual object chromatic aberration. Jade color also may look different depends on the actual lighting and angles viewing the object. For thousands of years, Jade has been the most sought-after jewel in the orient. In China, people treasure it more than any other gem. There is a Chinese saying that everything has a price, but jade is priceless. Jade has been fashioned into tools and ornaments since the earliest periods of Chinese history. The Chinese believed that jade was the Stone of Heaven and that anything made of it was imbued with special powers to protect against evil.
There are legends and mysterious stories about how jade lead the mortal to become immortal, the poor to become rich and how it saved a person from disaster. Gradually, jade became a symbol of peace, kindness, elegance and eternity.
In China, people believe that Jade is more than just an ornament, that it can bring safety, wealth, health, longevity and peace of mind. JADE is an ornamental stone. Jade is actually the gemstone name for two different mineral forms, Jadeite and Nephrite. Both types of Jade are tough, since they consist of dense, close-grained, matted aggregates, but they differ from one another in their chemical composition and colors. Nephrite ranges mainly from mid to dark green or grey-green, but it can also be white, yellowish or reddish.
Rarer, and somewhat tougher, Jadeite displays hues which include green, but also white or pink, and reds, blacks, browns and violets. In both minerals, the way the color is distributed varies a great deal. Only in the very finest Jade is the color evenly distributed. Both Nephrite and Jadeite often have veins, blemishes and streaks running through them, though these may not always be regarded as flaws. On the contrary, some of these patterns are considered particularly valuable. So if a jade bangle has slightly light inner stone veins or lines, they are not cracked, not fracture. These are part of natural jade bangle or stone and not considered to be defects. If your jade is "perfect", it might be an artificial or constructed jade, not a genuine jade. Jade or a Jade bangle with no flaws is very expensive, and no jade is absolutely perfect. Jadeite jade is proved to be more profitable in these years. The price of jade rises about 100% to 50% per year. But only those all natural jadeite can be looked as estate, which is called A type (or grade A) jade. There are three grades of jade. Jade is graded as A, B, or C to identify the type of treatment used on the jade. It does not refer to the quality. A-grade jade is in its natural, untreated state. The color is considered natural because the stone hasn't undergone any artificial treatments. This type of jadeite jade can be bought as a real precious stone or investment. B-grade jade is natural jade that has been treated with a polymer. C-grade jade is natural jade that has been treated with a color enhancer. Please note that we do not trade in treated jade jewelry of any kind, our bangles or products are genuine untreated Grade'A'. Some experienced craftsmen and traders can examine jadeite jade with naked eyes, by its color and luster. To consumers, the best way to judge a piece of jadeite jade is to ask for an identification certificate by a testing centre. How to Keep a Jade's Color.
Jade is a very delicate stone that is susceptible to corrosion from chemicals and wear, both of which will contribute to the color dulling over time. You must take care of jade jewelry to keep its color bright. Be careful to never drop or bump a jade stone as it could crack, which diminishes the brilliance and value.
Unlike other stones, jade requires moisture to maintain its luster. There are several steps you can take to maintain jade. Move the jade stone out of direct sunlight. Sunlight dries up moisture in the stone and causes it to form fine cracks. Cracks can also appear inside the stone and eventually these cracks rise to the surface.
Store the jade in a box or case. Dust the jade stone at least once a week with a clean, lint-free cloth. Dusting maintains the integrity of the stone. Remove dirt and grime from the stone. Pour a cup of warm water and three drops of dishwashing soap into a bowl.
Place the jade stone in the bowl and wash it with a soft bristle brush. Dry the jade with a clean lint-free towel. Wipe the surface of the jade stone with a wet lint-free cloth and allow it to air dry. Jade requires some moisture to maintain its brilliance.
Keep the jade jewelry away from perfume, perspiration or other chemicals on or off your body. These chemicals can corrode the stone. The item "CERTIFIED Natural (A) Icy White Green JADE Ballerina Pendant 925 Silver #P851" is in sale since Tuesday, March 7, 2017. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Fine Jewelry\Fine Necklaces & Pendants\Gemstone". The seller is "mj23ny" and is located in New York, New York.
- Brand: "Handmade"
- Main Stone: Jadeite