Nephrite Stone | Bulk Raw Nephrite Gua Sha Stone
Nephrite Stone | Shaped to your design.
Bulk Raw Nephrite Gua Sha Stone
Pure Cut Nephrite Stone shows a variety of the calcium, magnesium, and iron-rich amphibole minerals tremolite or actinolite (aggregates of which also make up one form of asbestos). The chemical formula for nephrite is Ca2(Mg, Fe)5Si8O22(OH)2.
*Planet Friendly: Sustainably harvested Nephrite for gua sha's.
*Authenticity: a certificate of authenticity for all mined batches.
*Customize: your guasha design and dimensions.
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*End game: 100% pure polished Nephrite for Gua Sha shape, mined exclusively for your skincare store.
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It is one of two different mineral species called jade. The other mineral species known as jade is jadeite, which is a variety of pyroxene. While nephrite jade possesses mainly grays and greens (and occasionally yellows, browns, black or whites), jadeite jade, which is rarer, can also contain blacks, reds, pinks and violets. Nephrite jade is an ornamental stone used in carvings, beads, or cabochon cut gemstones. Nephrite is also the official state mineral of Wyoming.
Nephrite can be found in a translucent white to very light yellow form which is known in China as mutton fat jade, in an opaque white to very light brown or gray which is known as chicken bone jade, as well as in a variety of green colors. Western Canada is the principal source of modern lapidary nephrite. Nephrite jade was used mostly in pre-1800 China as well as in New Zealand, the Pacific Coast and Atlantic Coasts of North America, Neolithic Europe, and southeast Asia.
Nephrite jade is a tough stone, not an indestructible one. To clean nephrite jewelry, use plain lukewarm soapy water and a soft cloth. Be sure to rinse well to remove residues, since nephrite is porous and can absorb colors quite easily. (Avoid chemicals, ultrasonic cleaners and steamers for the same reason.)
Keep nephrite away from extreme temperature fluctuations or prolonged heat and strong light. Store nephrite away from other gemstones--you'll avoid scratches and fractures of both the nephrite and other stones.
It is best to always wrap your gemstones in soft cloth, fabric storage bag or place them inside a fabric-lined jewelry box.
Nephrite is especially popular throughout Asia for use in talismans and amulets. Unlike other gemstones, it is not uncommon to find entire pieces of jewelry, such as rings and bracelets, carved entirely from a single mass of nephrite. Nephrite jade jewelry is popular in New Zealand's Maori designs, especially among tourists.
Our nephrite jade--an opaque medium to dark green--is primarily from British Columbia. It combines beautifully with almost every metal (silver, gold and copper finishes all look stunning with nephrite), pairs gorgeously with a range of other gemstone materials (garnet for contrast, white pearl for neutral, etc.), and looks dazzling with Czech fire-polished and crystal beads. As nephrite is a tough stone, bead caps or knotting is recommended to protect surrounding materials.