5.1 ct. Milky-Water Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Cabochon Gemstone set in Temporary Brass Holder Ring for Display
This Milky-Water Jadeite cabochon is a great example of the purity and translucency resembling a water drop glistening in the sun.
This type of Jadeite is rare and highly valued by the Chinese people for its clear essence and purity.
Milky-Water Jadeite is a special stone that only comes from the mountains of Kachin State, Myanmar (Burma) and is considered by many, to be the 'stone of heaven' unequal in value and shrouded in mystery.
Also known as Fei Cui by the Chinese, this special stone possesses very unique physical characteristics. For one, the density of Jadeite is far greater than that of most other stones and therefore it is extremely heavy for its size. It is also extremely cold to the touch and exhibits a radiant energy coming from within the stone.
Jadeite is known as stone of heaven that brings owner prosperity and good health. It also has protective and healing power which help preventing its owner from bad luck.
Jadeite protects against deception and authoritative abuse for financial or sexual gain. Jadeite signifies peace through strength, and is also helpful in homes or occupations that encounter bullying or intimidation from violent children or teens.
Jadeite is excellent for healing feelings of guilt, and for extreme cases of defeatism. It also treats "pathological normality," an excessive desire to adapt oneself to a group, even if it is sect-like, exaggerated militarism, a follow-the-leader attitude, or the compulsive desire to give in to general opinion to belong no matter
5.1 ct. Milky-Water Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Cabochon Gemstone
- Model Number : 5.1 ct. Milky-Water Jadeite Jade (Grade A) Cabochon Gemstone set in Brass Holder Ring for Display
- Stone Size : 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.4 cm
- Stone Weight: 5.1 ct.
- Ring Size : 8 US
- Material : Jadeite Jade
- Type : Jadeite Jade
- Technique : Hand-Cut
- Product Type : Milky-Water
- Style : Cabochon
- Regional Feature : Myanmar
- Ships Worldwide from : Chiang Mai, Thailand