Jade Nephrite

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  • Stone Type semiprecious

    Treatment Unheated and Untreated (No Indications Observed)

  • Cut Cabochon

    Certification As Required

  • Shape Oval

    Composition Natural

  • Return policy 10 Days Money Back

    Color Green


With a history spanning to around 7000 years, Jade Nephrite is one of the most relevant and crucial gemstones in the world. Adored in the Chinese, Mayan, and Latin American cultures, Jade Nephrite is a well-known healing gemstone and is also popularly used in jewellery. Nephrite is a translucent and highly durable kind of Jade gemstone that is deemed pretty rare and precious. It is known for its captivating colour and gleaming luster. Nephrite gemstone is found in a broad spectrum of colours, yet green Nephrites are the most popular. They are majorly used for healing and jewellery making, but Chinese and Mayans have an exceptional passion for this gemstone.


Nephrite healing benefits don’t end at kidney treatment. It was historically used for various different healing therapies by various different cultures, from the Chinese, the Mayans, and Latin Americans.

  •         Nephrite Jade helps in the balancing of acids in the body, and the detoxification and cleansing of the blood.
  •         It helps in Eye and skin infections and boosts immunity.
  •         Nephrite Jade helps in kidney and liver problems.
  •         Nephrite Jade can also help menstruating women deal with menstrual cramps and PMS.


Nephrite’s quality is determined by the cumulative assessment and study of factors such as the Nephrite gemstone Colour, Clarity, and Cut. Nephrite Jade stone exhibiting superior colour, with zero to minimum visible inclusions and surface flaws, that is cut skillfully, is considered to be of fine quality. Based on these quality assessments, Jade Nephrite stone is categorized into three quality gradings, namely, AAA, AA, and A, with AAA being of the finest quality and A being the inferior of the three.

  •         AAA Grade Jade Nephrite: An Eye-clean Natural Nephrite Jade with good colour and cut skillfully is considered to be of AAA grade.
  •         AA Grade Jade Nephrite: AA Grade Nephrite stones have medium colour, clarity, and cut.
  •         A Grade Jade Nephrite: A grade Nephrite stones have poor colour, are noticeably highly included, and are cut irregularly.


Nephrite Jade price is determined by the collective assessment of factors such as the gemstone’s Origin, Colour, Clarity, Cut, and Carat Weight.

  •         Origin

New Zealand is the biggest and the most major supplier of good quality Nephrite Jade and thus holds a high price. Other notable sources include Australia, Russia, etc.

  •         Colour

Nephrite stone price is generally higher for gemstones exhibiting superior colour. Nephrite Jade with deep and solid green colour is considered to be the most valuable. Other colours that occur in Jade Nephrite are white to gray, yellowish to brownish, near-black, and a plethora of different green colours.

  •         Clarity

The clarity of the stone affect the Nephrite Jade price significantly. Translucent Jade Nephrite with a glassy to creamy luster is considered the most valuable.

  •         Cut

Since Nephrite is an opaque stone, it is usually cut into cabochon shapes. Cutting raw Nephrite Jade enhances its colour and improves clarity by concealing visible inclusions. However, cutting raw Nephrite leads to stone wastage of rough Nephrite, and this further increases prices. Thus cabochon cuts are considered the most economical as it leads to less Nephrite Jade rough wastage.

  •         Carat Weight

The weight and size of Jade Nephrite can affect its price significantly. Larger stones sell for a higher price per carat. Polishing Nephrite Jade as well as cutting it leads to a decrease in size that crucially affect the price.

Yes, Cat’s Eye Nephrite does exist. Nephrites have a tendency to exhibit Chatoyancy (Cat’s Eye effect).

In the present time, green Nephrite is deemed to be the most valuable natural Nephrite. However, translucent, white natural Nephrite Jade was regarded as the most precious up until the discovery of exceptional Burmese ‘Imperial’ Jade Jadeite Nephrite in the 18th century.

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