Jadeite is formed under extreme conditions of high pressures and low temperatures deep within the earth’s mantle during oceanic plate subduction. In this environment the presence of minor and trace elements are extremely common and are the reason for the coloration of jadeite. For jadeite to form crystal clear with no visible inclusions or colors is an extremely rare and part of the reason for the scarcity of Icy-Crystal jadeite. #Lavenderjade #LavenderjadeiteJade #NaturalUnh
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
Imperial translucent black omphacite-jadeite jade material consists of mostly omphacite crystals mixed with smaller ratios of jadeite crystals and minor trace elements such as calcium, chromium and iron added to the crystal lattice. Rarely does this solution have the correct ratio of ingredients to give it that fine black texture and translucency seen only in this type of Burmese black jadeite, making it one of the most mysterious and rare gemstones on the planet. Imperial Tr
Lavender Jadeite is a very rare color in jadeite jade due to the fact that it needs the trace elements of vanadium and manganese to produce the violet, purple-lavender color in the crystal structure of the jadeite that makes it lavender in color. Lavender, Rare Natural Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Set in 925% Silver Lavender, Rare Natural Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Set in 925% Silver Vanadium is considered extremely rare in the areas of Burma where Jadeite is found and for it to natura