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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


Jadeite is a translucent and highly durable form of Jade gemstone that is considered quite rare and precious. It is recognized for its captivating colour and brilliant luster. Jadeite gemstone is found in a wide range of colours, but green Jadeites are the most popular. They are majorly used for healing and jewellery making, but Chinese and Mayans have a special affection for this gemstone.


Jadeite (also known as Jadeite Jade) is regarded as the stone of fulfilment that helps the wearer to attain physical, emotional, mental and spiritual satisfaction. It is believed that a real Jadeite brings prosperity, health and good luck for the wearer.

  •         Boosts Confidence & Social Skills
  •         Brings Prosperity & Abundance.
  •         Supports Sound Sleep

·         Heals Kidney, Heart & Immune System


Jadeite is quite a precious gemstone. Therefore, it is important to know what to look for while making a purchase. Origin, colour transparency, clarity, texture, and shape are considered as the most important factors one must adhere to find the best quality Jadeite gemstone for their collection.

  •         Origin

Jadeite rough stone comes from numerous mining locations including California, US, Myanmar, New Zealand, Japan, Russia, British Colombia, Canada, Italy, Turkestan, Italy etc. But the best quality Jadeite comes from the Mandalay region of Burma (Myanmar), Guatemala, Japan and the western parts of US.

  •         Type

Natural Jadeite colour ranges from colourless white to pale green and deep apple green. It can also be found in a multitude of colours ranging from pink, lavender (purple), black, white to orange, violet, brown and yellow etc. The Emerald Green Jadeite (popularly known as Imperial Jadeite Jade) is considered quite valuable. It is closely followed by the Purple or Lavender Jadeite and White Jadeite. Black Jadeite Jade (Chloromelanite Jadeite – dark green to black in colour) Pink and Red Jadeite are the other popular choices.

  •         Colour Quality

Checking the consistency and intensity in colour is equally important. Ideally, Jadeite with saturated colour, good translucency and less visible spots or veins on the surface is considered more desirable. Slight lower grade Jadeite stones are expected to have some dark irregular marks called specks and colour patches that lower the gem’s value.

  •         Clarity

While evaluating a Jadeite, the quality is decided by checking the level of transparency, texture and inclusions. Natural Jadeite Jade stones with good transparency, smooth texture and minimum mineral inclusions belong to the top grade. The presence of visible imperfections, pits, black spots and tiny fractures on the surface not just reduce the quality but also affect the durability of the gemstone.

  •         Cut

Fine quality raw Jadeite is usually cut and polished as cabochons. Generally, the Jadeite Jade rough used for making cabochons are of higher quality than the mineral used for carving. In the market, one can find Jadeite cabochons in oval, round, pear and mixed shapes. A good quality Jadeite stone can be found in any pleasing shape with fine polish and symmetry.



Jadeite stone price is determined by the degree of transparency, purity of colour, texture, shape and size. The rarity and demand of the certain colour or size also bring a difference in the Jadeite value per carat in the international gemstone industry. Generally, Burmese Imperial Jadeite prices remain the highest because of its Emerald-like green hue, clarity and excellent durability.

Note – Jadeite stone price in India starts from Rs 1,000 per carat ($ 15) ) and can reach up to Rs 5,000 per carat ($ 75) and even above depending upon the quality grade and size. The prices in other countries such as China, UK, US or UAE may vary hugely due to the difference in the supply-demand cycle.

  •         Origin

Due to its excellent durability and gentle green colour, Jadeite Jade from Burma is regarded as the most well-priced gem variety. Burmese Jadeite or Myanmar Jadeite value is often higher than the value of California Jadeite and Russian Jadeite.

  •         Colour

Colour, by far, is the most important factor to assess a Jadeite stone price. Typically, the vibrant green imperial Jadeite Jade value remains the highest in the market because of its huge popularity and increasing demand. Gems with brown impurities are relatively less expensive.

  •         Clarity

The best Jadeites are semi-transparent, smooth and possess an alluring glow. Such rare Jadeite pieces often draw a higher premium. In contrast, Jadeite cost drops significantly for dull and opaque gems with poor texture and cloudy patches on the surface.

  •         Cut Jadeite cabochons are often used in rings and other forms of jewellery. Its beauty and prices depend also on the cutting style. Jadeites in perfect symmetry appear more beautiful and are therefore pricier than the gems in mixed shaped. When purchasing beads, the consistency in colour tone and size make a significant impact on prices. Jadeite cravings are mostly designed using lower grade material and are relatively cheaper.
  •         Carat weight

In top grade Jadeites, even a slight difference in size can create a huge variation in the value. Big size Jadeite Jade rough with consistent colour is rare to find in nature. Therefore, Jadeite Jade price per carat increases exponentially for gems above few carats if the quality is not compromised.

Jadeite Jade refers to the finest quality Jade gemstone that features vivid colour tones, good translucency and high durability. The gem grade Jadeite mineral comes from a variety of locations but Burma (Myanmar) is the most popular origin. There is a huge demand of Burmese Jadeite rough in the gemstone markets of China. Chinese people prefer to buy Jadeite in rough so that they can design the gems in shapes that bear a huge importance in their culture and make a bigger profit. These gemstones are also used for jewellery as well as healing purposes. Jadeite comes in wide range of colours, but green Jadeites are most popular and considered highly valuable.

According to the gem experts, there is a meaningful difference between the Jadeite Jade and Nephrite Jade. The chemical composition of both these stones differs significantly which creates a contrast in physical attributes such as colour tone, hardness etc. Generally, Jadeite Jade is more durable and brightly coloured than the Nephrite Jade gemstone. The level of transparency is also higher in Jadeite in comparison to the Nephrite Jade. Most importantly, Jadeite gemstones are rarer than the Nephrite and are therefore considered quite precious.

As per the Chinese belief, this sacred gemstone blesses the wearer with wealth, good fortune and health. Therefore, it can be worn as a lucky charm in the form of rings, pendants and bracelets. Astrologers recommend Jadeite gemstone for the Taurus, Libra, Pisces, Aries and Gemini zodiac sign. The captivating beauty and high stability make Jadeite a highly suitable to be worn in daily wear jewellery. From ancient to modern times, Jadeite gemstone has been regarded as a highly valued gemstone of the Asian cultures and is coveted equally to the precious Diamond and Gold. Chinese admired Jadeite gemstone (they call it – ‘Fei Chui stone’) not just for its evident beauty but also for the meaning and symbolism it carries. In crystal healing therapies, Jadeite has been revered for its healing powers. It is said that its energies resonate well with the Heart Chakra and calm down emotions. It also brings comfort for individual suffering from heart, kidney or reproductive system related issues

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