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Jade beads are one of the most popular semi-precious stones available today. One of the reasons for this is jade's great versatility. The beads come in different types and have a wide color spectrum. In addition to the jade pearls' beautiful exterior, for centuries they have been associated with some spiritual properties that benefit us in our everyday life.

The best known properties are the stone's ability to improve our vitality and connection to knowledge. The stone also helps to give a calming aura, which not only strengthens the heart's resilience, but also gives the body peace to rest and sleep.

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How to use jade stone?

Jade beads are primarily used to make jewelry such as rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and brooches. Jade has also been used to create ornaments, sculptures and ceremonial objects in various cultures.

Care and cleaning of jade stone

Jade is a relatively hard stone that varies between 6 and 7 on the Mohs scale, depending on whether it is nephrite or jadeite. To clean jade, use a soft cloth and lukewarm water without harsh chemicals or abrasives. Store jade stones separately from other jewelry to avoid scratching. Jade is a fascinating and historic gemstone that has been highly valued for its unique properties and aesthetic appeal.With its wide range of colors and symbolism, jade stone is a popular choice for jewelry and decorative objects and continues to inspire art and culture worldwide.

What meanings and symbolism does jade possess?

Jade stones have been associated with protection, wisdom, harmony and health in different cultures. In China, jade is a symbol of purity and moral integrity, while in Mesoamerica it was considered a means of connecting the physical and spiritual worlds.

Where does jade come from?

Jade has been used and valued by ancient civilizations, especially in China, where it has played a central role in art and culture for thousands of years. Jade was also used by Mesoamerican cultures such as the Mayans and Aztecs as a symbol of power and status.

Jade's colors and appearance

Jade beads come in a multitude of colors , including green, white, black, yellow, red, and blue. The most sought-after color is an intense, emerald green shade often called "imperial jade."Jade stone can also be transparent to semi-transparent, depending on its quality and type.

Types of jade

Jade stone generally refers to two different minerals:nephrite and jadeite. Nephrite is the most common form of jade and is characterized by its softness and wear resistance. Jadeite is more rare and valued for its intensity and variety of colors.

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