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In addition to green jade, it is also found in white, yellow, blue and gray. It is interesting to know that the royal Jade found in Myanmar is the most valuable known form of jade that has an Emerald green color.
The first jade carvings were found in China and date back to the Neolithic period, around 5,000 BC. In China, jade is used for good luck, longevity and love. Jade is also said to be a stone of peace and friendship and has anti-stress and anti-anxiety properties. It is also effective in treating seizures, lung diseases and skin diseases. In the eastern countries, jade is a symbol of peace and tranquility.
The color, transparency and texture of the stone is one of the most important factors in determining the price of jade. The darker the color of the jade, the higher its value and price.
There is a high probability that jade enthusiasts will make a mistake and buy counterfeit stones. With the naked eye, it is difficult to distinguish low-quality and painted stones, which, unfortunately, have a large number of counterfeit stones. In the classification system of this stone, "Imperial Jade" is known as "Jade A".
"Jade B" is a stone that is boiled in a strong acid to remove contaminants (e.g. iron oxide) from the grooves in it, and finally its cracks are covered with wax or synthetic resin.
"Jade C" has a very low quality and is completely dyed. Most stones are transparent in color and are sold as green jade in west of Asia.
That's why Roland Ohel advises: "Only by consulting with a good jeweler or broker can you be safe from buying counterfeit gemstones." In addition, like other gemstones, the identity card of the stone can confirm its validity.