Genuine Canadian Nephrite Jade Carved Emerging Bear Cave Figurine Statue

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This emerging bear from hibernation statue is creatively hand-carved from a solid piece of Canadian Nephrite jade.

It is much easier to enjoy this emerging bear as a jade carving than in person.

Each carving will be slightly different as they are hand-carved out of a block of jade.

Bears are known as being stealth and powerful warriors.

They are also associated with the warrior spirit, prosperity, and the harvest.

All of our 100% Canadian nephrite jade is natural and untreated.

Measures; 6"-7"  (15.24- 17.8cm) in length

Please note that all natural stones are subject to variances in color, texture and size. Also note that monitor settings may vary from computer to computer and may distort the actual color. 

Ships within 2 days after receiving cleared payment with tracking number.

Canada; 2-8 Business days

United States; 2-4 Business days

International; 5-22 Business days 

What is Jade?

The term 'Jade' is commercially applied to 2 different metamorphic rocks; Nephrite and Jadeite.

Nephrite, the original jade, is an amphibole. It dates back 8,000 years with its first use in ancient China. The toughest natural stone due to its felted interlocking fibers.

Jadeite, jade's considerably younger counterpart is pyroxene with a more crystalline structure.

Canadian Nephrite Jade 

Nephrite Jade comes in a variety of colors. Our stunning Nephrite Jade is mined along the coast range of British Columbia.

It is world renown for being the brightest, hardest, greenest Nephrite Jade ever found. The stunning green ranges from lighter apple green to rich emerald green to near black.

We grade our Nephrite Jade on its natural quality, not its type of treatment like Jadeite does. 

Clarity describes the absence of inclusions and fractures in the jade. For grading purposes, the richer the color and depth of translucency, the finer the Jade.

Beware of the many green stones on the market being sold as Nephrite Jade; dyed quartz and serpentine are the most common.

Remember, Nephrite Jade is as individual as you!


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