Jade is a highly valued and revered gemstone with a rich history and symbolism in various cultures around the world. It has been prized for its beauty, durability, and cultural significance for thousands of years. Jade dates back to 6000 BCE to the Neolithic period of Ancient China and was considered an “Imperial Gemstone”. During this time they used Jade to make ceremonial objects, carved decorations, and jewellery. Jade symbolizes: harmony, balance, integrity, longevity, and prosperity. 

Jade comes in various colors, with green being the most well-known. The different shades of green and other colors of jade can also have specific symbolism. For example, white jade is associated with purity and wisdom, while lavender jade is believed to enhance inner peace.

Jade continues to be a symbol of beauty, culture, and spirituality, and its significance varies from one culture to another. Its timeless appeal and symbolism have ensured its enduring popularity throughout history.