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Jade Earrings - Jade Studs - Natural Nephrite Jade

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Jade Earrings Studs Natural Nephrite Jade Set in Sterling Silver Oval Stud Posts, Cabochons are cut and polished from natural green nephrite jade, used for centuries for its green color, true-grit hardness and classic beauty. Cabochons can include green shades ranging from medium to dark with black inclusions. Major deposits are found in British Columbia, Canada. Grades vary dependent on availability of rough material.

Please see Cabochon size chart in photos.

Cabochon, nephrite jade (natural)
Earring setting 14Kt Gold-Filled, earnuts included (mountings are pre-polished and pre-burnished) Made in the USA
Sterling silver earring setting

To see all 'Stud Post Gem Earrings' go here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LuvaBead/search?search_query=stud+earrings&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

*Interesting Facts from Revelation
THE JEWEL STONES OF ISRAEL'S TWELVE TRIBES
These are the jewel names in Greek: ÍASPIS,
SÁPPHEIROS, CHALKEDÓN, SMÁRAGDOS, SARDÓNYX, SÁRDIOS, CHRYSÓLI-
THOS, BÉRYLLOS, TOPÁZION, CHRYSÓPRASOS, HYÁKINTHOS, AMÉTHYSTOS.
This is the name order as given in Rev. 21:19-20.

ÍASPIS is the first gemstone listed in Rev. 21:19-20. This was evidently the
jewel most admired because the entire outer wall of the heavenly city is made
of this stone (Rev. 21:18). The heavenly city is radiant with the light of ÍASPIS
(v 11) and this jewel stone also decorates God’s throne (Rev. 4:3). Many Bible
versions have translated ÍASPIS as “jasper” in the belief that these names have
a common origin, but the name “jasper” is now known to be of Persian origin.
Jasper is a cheap stone used mostly in interior decoration (much like marble).
But ÍASPIS was described as “a very rare jewel” (Rev. 21:11).

In 1272, while in western China Marco Polo wrote, “Chalcedony and jasper,
which are taken for sale to Cathay (the populous eastern provinces), and such
is their abundance that they form a considerable commerce.” This is a key, for
the gemstones that Marco Polo thought were chalcedony and jasper are in fact
white jade and spinach jade from Xinjiang Province in west China. These two
nephrite jades have colours similar to chalcedony and jasper, (familiar stones
in Marco Polo’s home country Italy). This helps us to identify both jewels from
Revelation 21. CHALKEDÓN is white jade, and ÍASPIS is spinach green jade.
Jade jewels are costly; the white and green jades are both elegant jewel stones
and well suited to carving. Modern chalcedony gets its name from Chalcedon,
an ancient Greek seaport of the eastern Aegean Sea known for the jewel trade.
But Pliny the Roman historian described CHALKEDÓN as different from modern
chalcedony. (In his time white jade was evidently marketed under that name.)
*** To enter our shop click this link - https://www.etsy.com/shop/LuvaBead
♥All our jewelry arrives in a pretty box or pouch ready for gift giving♥
Jade Earrings Studs Natural Nephrite Jade Set in Sterling Silver Oval Stud Posts, Cabochons are cut and polished from natural green nephrite jade, used for centuries for its green color, true-grit hardness and classic beauty. Cabochons can include green shades ranging from medium to dark with black inclusions. Major deposits are found in British Columbia, Canada. Grades vary dependent on availability of rough material.

Please see Cabochon size chart in photos.

Cabochon, nephrite jade (natural)
Earring setting 14Kt Gold-Filled, earnuts included (mountings are pre-polished and pre-burnished) Made in the USA
Sterling silver earring setting

To see all 'Stud Post Gem Earrings' go here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LuvaBead/search?search_query=stud+earrings&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search

*Interesting Facts from Revelation
THE JEWEL STONES OF ISRAEL'S TWELVE TRIBES
These are the jewel names in Greek: ÍASPIS,
SÁPPHEIROS, CHALKEDÓN, SMÁRAGDOS, SARDÓNYX, SÁRDIOS, CHRYSÓLI-
THOS, BÉRYLLOS, TOPÁZION, CHRYSÓPRASOS, HYÁKINTHOS, AMÉTHYSTOS.
This is the name order as given in Rev. 21:19-20.

ÍASPIS is the first gemstone listed in Rev. 21:19-20. This was evidently the
jewel most admired because the entire outer wall of the heavenly city is made
of this stone (Rev. 21:18). The heavenly city is radiant with the light of ÍASPIS
(v 11) and this jewel stone also decorates God’s throne (Rev. 4:3). Many Bible
versions have translated ÍASPIS as “jasper” in the belief that these names have
a common origin, but the name “jasper” is now known to be of Persian origin.
Jasper is a cheap stone used mostly in interior decoration (much like marble).
But ÍASPIS was described as “a very rare jewel” (Rev. 21:11).

In 1272, while in western China Marco Polo wrote, “Chalcedony and jasper,
which are taken for sale to Cathay (the populous eastern provinces), and such
is their abundance that they form a considerable commerce.” This is a key, for
the gemstones that Marco Polo thought were chalcedony and jasper are in fact
white jade and spinach jade from Xinjiang Province in west China. These two
nephrite jades have colours similar to chalcedony and jasper, (familiar stones
in Marco Polo’s home country Italy). This helps us to identify both jewels from
Revelation 21. CHALKEDÓN is white jade, and ÍASPIS is spinach green jade.
Jade jewels are costly; the white and green jades are both elegant jewel stones
and well suited to carving. Modern chalcedony gets its name from Chalcedon,
an ancient Greek seaport of the eastern Aegean Sea known for the jewel trade.
But Pliny the Roman historian described CHALKEDÓN as different from modern
chalcedony. (In his time white jade was evidently marketed under that name.)
*** To enter our shop click this link - https://www.etsy.com/shop/LuvaBead
♥All our jewelry arrives in a pretty box or pouch ready for gift giving♥

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(688)
Reviewed by Melissa A.
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 18, 2018
The necklace is perfect! Wonderful product! Loved the details and the care in the packaging! Fast shipping! Thank you so much!
Turquoise Necklace, Teal Necklace, Beaded Turquoise, Short Necklace, Turquoise Choker, Small Beads

Reviewed by Carrie B.K.

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