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Jade (Nephrite) riverworn, natural 'Heart Form' Jade-like Serpentine 'dark eagle' Jade, standing Nephrite 'seafoam whorl'
This piece is a solid dark green Suiseki (water worn) Hetian (China) Nephrite Jade. Its nickname is 'the Heart Stone' (because the way we can interpret its shape from one perspective). On the other side, it's got a really cool hand grip. It stands with the heart aspect kind of upside down. My research on this mentions streams of lava containing Tremolite (volcanic, white and transparent), and how they blend with minerals to darken towards the green. The full spread of hues can range from creamy to green white, to green, blue green, dark green, red, and yellow. Said to be carved in China - this exceptional workmanship really captures the power and majesty of the eagle - see photos of the side, front, bottom, and back. Not sure of the origin of the source stone, but it looks a lot like Jade, even though I'm quite sure it's not (it has that feel). Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. And remember, we have much more offline than online, so we're happy to learn more about your interests, so we can post new product just for you! This piece is an extraordinary Suiseki (water worn) Hetian (China) Nephrite Jade. Its nickname is 'seafoam whorl' (the whorl is because of the way it seems to swirl). It stands on its side, with the "pointy" bit up. My research on this mentions streams of lava containing Tremolite (volcanic, white and transparent), and how they blend with minerals to darken towards the green. The full spread of hues can range from creamy to green white, to green, blue green, dark green, red, and yellow. We'll entertain serious Best Offers and provide discounts where possible. Most of our product is offline, so if you let us know your interests, we can post unique selections just for you.