Beaded Jade Leaf Pendant

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This stunning, one of a kind, beaded pendant is so simple and unique. Featuring jade and rainflower stone beads, suspended from a 14" long sterling silver chain. The necklace is hand wire wrapped and connected to a sterling chain. Each stone was hand selected for this specific pendant.

All Jade is mined by my boyfriend and his family in Jade City BC and has been a family business since 1985.

Jade "Stone of Heaven"

Jade is useful in dream-solving, facilitates access to the spiritual world and ritualistic knowledge and supports creativity, all of which are encompassed in jade meaning. Jade is carved into talismans that are believed to insure a long life and peaceful passing. Jade gemstones are also thought to have powerful healing powers for all those times during a long life when healing is required. Jade meaning is based in an ability to gather tranquil wisdom while discarding negativity and seeing one's true self. Jade is a symbol of serenity and purity. Jade signifies wisdom gathered in tranquility, dispelling the negative and encouraging one to see oneself as they really are. It increases love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade is the stone of calm in the midst of storm. Its action balances nerves and soothes cardiac rhythm. A piece of Jade kept in a pocket or on a pendant to stroke from time to time recharges energy, and traditionally guards against illness. 

Rain flower stone

The Yuhua stone is a special kind of stone found in Nanjing China, due to the unique geology of the area. Yuhua stones, or pebbles, are of sedimentary origin and consist of minerals including quartz and other silicates. They are found in the Yangtze River, polished smooth by the action of water. Colors include red, rose, purple, yellow, green, and white. The origin of the Yuhua Stone is told through the legend of a Chinese monk named Yunguang (雲光) who lived during the Liang Dynasty. Yunguang used to travel around the country to deliver sermons. One day, He travelled to Nanjing, there, he sat on the Guanhua Gate for three days, talking about his concept, without eating or drinking. According to the legend, his sincerity moved God deeply, so God rained thousands of colourful flowers from the sky to reward him. When the flowers touched the ground, they turned into the Yuhua Stone.