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How is jade usually assessed?

Jade is usually assessed based on several criteria to determine its quality and value. These criteria include:

  1. Color: The color of jade can range from white to black, with a wide variety of shades in between. The most valuable jade has a rich, vivid color that is evenly distributed throughout the stone.

  2. Transparency: The degree of transparency, or translucency, of jade can also affect its value. The most valuable jade is highly translucent, allowing light to pass through and creating a glowing effect.

  3. Texture: The texture of jade is another important factor, with smooth and even textures being more desirable than rough or pitted textures.

  4. Inclusions: Jade may contain natural inclusions, such as cracks or veins, which can affect its appearance and value. The fewer and less noticeable the inclusions, the more valuable the jade.

  5. Carving: Jade is often carved into intricate designs, and the quality of the carving can also affect its value. Well-executed carvings with fine detail are generally more valuable than simpler carvings.

  6. Origin: The origin of the jade can also be a factor in its value, with certain sources being more highly prized than others.

Overall, the value of jade depends on a combination of these factors, and can vary greatly depending on the quality and rarity of the stone.

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