Beautiful and Exceptional Large Jadeite DuShan Jade Exceptionally Hand Carved Mo
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New York, NY
Beautiful and Exceptional Large Jadeite DuShan Jade Exceptionally Hand Carved Mountain Scenery. Colors: Multi Colors: Light Green, Brown and Beige This is a Exceptional Beautiful Carving. This is a Beautiful Scenery Picture of to Chinese Holly Men and Girl with Trees, House, and Temple in a Mountains Scenery. This is an exceptional one large stone of Jadeite DuShan Jade. Jadeite is a pyroxene mineral and one of the two types of pure jade. The other is known as nephrite. Jadeite is the rarer of the two, and as a result it is more precious. The most valuable form of jadeite is a striking and even emerald green known as "imperial jadeite". The history of jadeite goes back several thousand years when it was first used to make weapons and tools because of its toughness. Jadeite was highly prized by the Mayans and Aztecs, in fact the name "jade" originates from the Spanish "piedra de ijada", meaning "stone for the pain in the side". It was thus named after Spanish explorers noticed natives of Central America holding pieces of jade to their sides to cure ills. In Chinese, jade is known as "yu", which means "heavenly" or "imperial". Therefore, it is considered to be the imperial gem in Chinese culture. In China, jade was found in the tombs of Shang kings. ade was considered the "imperial gem". For Chinese Jadeite DuShan, jade is collectible and has the potential to the increase in value. This is a Triple AAA Grade, Perfect with Perfection and a One of a kind. This Beautiful Carving has been in my Gallery Collection over 30 Years. This is a Great carving for Collectors who Lover Oriental Carvings. Measurements: Approximately 6" Tall, 13" Wide and 4" Thick. On Wooden Stand Approximately 9" Weight of Carving Approximately: 17.5 lbs. Total Weight with Stand Approximately: 20 lbs. Origin: China. Exceptional Price: $1625.00 Shipping: $85.00 If interested please email and Visit: www.paulsgems.com For Unique Antiques and Treasures from Mother Earth.
November 19 on Oodle