16.4 ct. Violet-Lavender Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Blank-Cut Rectangle Chunk Gemstone with Gem Lab Certificate In today’s extremely sophisticated world, many types of man made treatments have developed in order to enhance the color and translucency of jadeite jade. These treatments can include the use of dyes and other types of bleaching chemicals, used to first to take away, and then to replace the natural color with more vibrant man-made colors. 16.4 ct. Violet-Lavender Jadeit
What Is Translucent Black Jadeite?
This is an extremely rare and expensive type of jadeite known in the Hong Kong and Chinese markets as “Inky Jade” or “Mexican Green”. Rough Imperial Translucent Black Omphacite Jadeite Jade This stone is special for many reasons most importantly for its extreme rarity and beauty, which makes it one of the most desirable stones to possess for both investment and collection purposes. Imperial Translucent Black Omphacite Jadeite Jade The extr
Hundreds and hundreds of years ago, the treatment of gemstones has existed. Currently, many of the treatments are still being used. Treatments of the gemstones bring some Broadway changes in the gemstone itself or in clarity. Heat Treatment: Ruby Gemstone is heated at a very high temperature to change its appearance. Surface diffusion Heating: At a very temperature in presence of coloring agents for allowing chemicals to penetrate into the stone. Fracture filling: Stones are
“A drop of the heart’s blood of Mother Earth” is how the ruby is described in the Orient. The Indians call the ruby Ratnanayaka, the lord of the gemstones. The Hindus called the ruby the king of precious stones and the leader of gems. They used to divide rubies into castes, much like social classes. Rubies were sorted into upper class, middle class, and lower class in terms of flawlessness and beauty. Much like today’s exclusive county clubs and their upper-class clientele, n
Imperial Translucent Black Omphacite Jadeite Jade Carving of a Buddha Face Pendant Known to the Chinese people as ‘Mexican Green’, this translucent black omphacite jadeite occurs in only 1 small region on the whole planet. The Kachin State located in a remote area of northern Myanmar (Burma) harbors some of the most beautiful and rare stones ever to see the light of day. ‘Mexican Green’ as it is known, is also marketed under the name ‘Inky Jade’ and commands some of the highe