Jade is very beautiful, more common is made into a necklace, very popular with women! This article will take you to understand the 10 types of jade.
10 types of jade
Jadeite: Jadeite is one of the most well-known jade, divided into Myanmar jade and Lao Keng jade. It usually appears dark green, but can also be white, purple, red and other colors.
Hetian Jade (Hetian Jade) : Hetian jade is produced in the Hetian region of Xinjiang, China, and can be divided into nephrite and jadeite. Its colors include white, gray, cyan and so on.
White Jade: White jade is a kind of white or nearly white jade, usually more transparent. It can be nephrite or jadeite.
Lavender Jade: Lavender jade appears as a pale purple or bluish-purple color and is a rare type of jade.
Brown Jade: Brown jade is brown or brown in color and may sometimes be spotted or textured.
Black Jade: Black jade is a dark black jade, usually due to the presence of elements such as manganese, iron and other color.
Yellow Jade: Topaz appears yellow or pale yellow, sometimes accompanied by a light green color.
Red Jade: Red jade appears red or orange-red, and its color is usually influenced by iron.
Blue Jade: Blue jade has a light blue color, usually due to the presence of elements such as iron and nickel.
Purple Jade: Purple jade is a type of jade that appears purple and may vary in color from pale purple to deep purple.
Then let’s understand the precautions for wearing jade
Although jade is hard, it can still be cracked or cracked by collisions. Therefore, pay attention to avoid collision with hard objects when wearing.
Waterproof and moisture-proof
Try to avoid the jade soaked in water for a long time, especially some more delicate jade. High humidity can also affect jade.
Staying away from chemicals
Avoid exposure of jade to chemicals, such as perfume, cosmetics, cleaning agents, etc., which may cause damage to jade.
Avoiding the sun
It is not advisable to expose jade to sunlight for a long period of time, as some jade may become discolored by prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light.
Use a soft, damp cloth to gently wipe the surface of the jade to remove dust and impurities. Do not use brushes or strong cleaners.
Wearing jade for a long time may affect the jade and the wearer’s skin, it is recommended to rest in time.
Paying attention to physical differences
Due to different human constitutions, some people are sensitive to jade, which may cause discomfort. Therefore, when wearing new jade, we should observe whether there are adverse reactions.
Choosing the right accessories
If it is worn on accessories such as bracelets and necklaces, it is recommended to choose a durable wire and a suitable structure to ensure the safety of wearing.
The above is about jade related knowledge sharing, I hope to help you.