What is Jade? 

For centuries, jade (jadeite and nephrite) has been much revered by the Chinese.  It was so popular in the ancient times that some native sources of jade in China began to be depleted and the Chinese had to import from sources in Asia and Burma. Since then, Burma has been supplying China (and the rest of the world) with the finest jadeite for over 200 years.

Burmese jadeite comes in a wide range of attractive natural colors: forest green, warm sunny yellow, honey brown, reddish orange, icy white, sky grey, coal black and violet lavender.

Jadeite is untreated stones that have not undergone any treatment of any kind and are used in their natural form. They are highly regarded not only for its colors but for its exceptional hardness and toughness as well.