Jade Hand Carved 10 mm Bead Bracelet
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From the deep jungles of tropical Burma (now Myanmar) we bring you this beautiful, natural Burmese A Grade Jadeite Jade 10mm Lotus Bead Stretchy Bracelet.
Type A Jade from Burma. ... Until about 300 years ago the vast majority of Chinese jade was nephrite. Jadeite is the rarer and more valuable variety, and the chief deposits are in Burma (Myanmar), not in China. Nephrite occurs mainly in white and gray, with variants in dark green, reddish brown and black.
Jadeite and nephrite are totally different minerals. They have different densities, different hardness, different crystal structure, and different chemical compositions.
This jadeite comes from the mines of Upper Burma (now Myanmar) and occupies a privileged place in the world of gems, as they are the principal source of top-grade material.
These mines produce jade of such fine quality that its price is only exceeded by the price of diamonds.
While all crystals promote harmony between the mind, body and spirit, the Jade crystal is a superstar in the world of crystal healing thanks to its powerful connection to the heart chakra and its varying degrees of intense, piercing shades of green.
When it comes to bringing prosperity and abundance into your life, the Jade crystal stone is the ultimate good luck charm.
Just ask the ancient Chinese civilizations that carved Jade into statues and incorporated it into masks and jewelry, a style of antiquity that can still be viewed today. Jade statues of dragons were also used to decorate the tombs of emperors.
In New Zealand, the local Jade was considered a stone of power in Maori traditions and as far back as the Stone Age. Viking invaders sacked villages in style with ax blades and weapons made with the striking gemstone.
The vibrant green variations of Jade are a symbol of growth and vitality, which makes it a stone that stands for wealth and longevity. It's not all about the Benjamin's, however, because Jade instills prosperity in every aspect of your life, leading you to a richer, more fulfilling existence. After all, money can only buy so much happiness.