Is jade a real stone?


Yes, jade is a real stone.

Jadeite is a stone polycrystalline aggregate that reaches jade level formed under geological action.

It takes hundreds of millions of years to form jadeite, which is a non-renewable resource. The non-renewability of jade resources makes jade more and more expensive.

At present, only Myanmar is the source of gem-grade jadeite with a mining scale in the world. Since Myanmar nationalized the jadeite mining area in the late 1980s, the mining volume has increased day by day, and resources are facing exhaustion.


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