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Nephrite is one of two different mineral forms classified as nephrite (the other being jadeite), and until 1863 nephrite and jade/Jadeite Jade were considered the same mineral. Nephrite/ Nephrite Jade (it is acceptable to say a type of jadeite) is a fibrous aggregate composition of tremolite-actinolite, a basic calcium magnesium silicate (Ca2 (Mg, Fe 2+) 5 [OHlSi4O11] 2), while jadeite (NaAlSi2O6) is pyroxene. Jade is more common than jadeite, and although it is slightly softer than jadeite, it is considered tougher due to its denser structure. Valuable precious ornamental stone. Very viscous due to the interweaving of fine-crystalline fibers, and therefore very durable. At the fracture, the surface is uneven with sharp thin edges. Has a waxy sheen on a polished surface at any degree of polishing. Most jade deposits are located in areas where intrusive igneous rocks intrude into serpentinites. There are rare deposits where jade was formed as a result of the action of magma on magnesium-rich dolomites. Traditional “Chinese jade” usually refers to jadeite, since there are no real jade deposits in China. Jade differs from jadeite in its lower level of brilliance and transparency. The luster of Jade is more “greasy”, while jadeite is more glassy. Jade is softer than jadeite and can also be distinguished by its lower density (although it is more compact in structure, the specific gravity of jade ranges from 2,90 to 3,03, and jadeite from 3,30 to 3,38). Completely different green colored gemstones are often passed off as jade – aventurine, serpentine, chrysoprase and others. One important supplier of jade is New Zealand, where it is commonly found in serpentine rocks and as round pebbles along river banks and sea coasts. Other known jade deposits are in Australia, Brazil, China (Xinjiang), Canada, Russia, Taiwan, Zimbabwe and the USA (Alaska and Wyoming). Jade has also been found in Poland. Jade is mostly popularized in various shades of green, but it is also very common in light colors ranging from white to gray, yellowish to brownish, almost black and even pink. Single-color stones are quite rare. With a deep and solid green color, jade is considered one of the most valuable. One way to identify jade from other minerals is by testing its specific gravity. A simple test to distinguish jadeite from jade is the impact test. Jade produces a musical tone, whereas jadeite does not “sing” when struck.
Currently, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan are the leading centers for jade processing and finishing. The various “jade” trade names used today are considered misleading, as many of them are not actual forms of jade at all. Jade is especially popular throughout Asia for use in talismans, amulets and especially cameos. Unlike other gemstones, it is not uncommon to find entire pieces of jewelry, such as rings and bracelets, that are entirely cut from a single mass—a single piece of jade. It is believed that jade is the stone of dreams and it can bless all endeavors. Depending on the actual color of the gemstone, it can have many possibilities. Physically, jade is considered a restorative stone. It is supposed to be very useful for cleansing the body, especially the kidneys, liver and spleen, and helps with joint and bone pain. Jade in jewelry is ideal for both men and women. It can be “mixed” with other precious stones and combined with gold and silver. Ladies can wear them as pendants, beads or bracelets, charm bracelets, rings, earrings. For men – signets, cufflinks, rosary beads. In the East, jewelry made from jade and jadeite is even made for small children in the form of bracelets. Like all stones, jade requires careful care. Although it is considered quite hard, it can be scratched. To clean jade, use regular soapy water and a soft cloth. Be sure to rinse well to remove soap scum. In the online store rosary.su you can always buy and order quality jade rosary and also beautiful jade bracelets at the best price.

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