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What is jade?

Jade is a mineral that is valued for its beauty and durability. It is composed of two different minerals, jadeite and nephrite, which have similar properties but different chemical compositions. Jade can be found in various colors, including green, white, black, yellow, and red, and can have a range of patterns and textures.

Jade has been used for centuries in various cultures for a variety of purposes, including jewelry, tools, weapons, and decorative objects. It is particularly associated with Chinese culture, where it has been prized for its beauty and symbolism for thousands of years.

Jade is a tough and durable stone that is resistant to scratches and chipping, making it a popular choice for jewelry and other decorative items. It is also believed to have various spiritual and healing properties, and is often used in feng shui and other practices for promoting balance and harmony.

Today, jade is still highly valued for its beauty and rarity, and is often used in high-end jewelry and decorative objects. The most valuable and sought-after jade is jadeite, which is considered to be the most precious form of jade.

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