Although I don’t know much about jade, in addition to the precious jade, here is more of the unique design and skills of the craftsmen. It really makes people feel such exquisite carvings.
The Jade Museum is located in the southeast of Bukit Bintang. It exhibits processed jade from China, including heirlooms of the owner’s family, as well as imitations and jadeware for sale.
It’s really an eye-opening place. The museum is private. They are provided by their own family. There are even the owner’s heirlooms. There are also many uncut jade, ornaments, and jewelry. Every piece looks like it. The price is expensive, and if you are fancy, you can trade on the spot, but for the layman, I can only look at it casually.
Dating back several thousand of years until today Jade this beloved gemstone has been relished by different civilizations around the world. Jade influence not only span through time but regionally as well as it was associated to Chinese dynasties, Mesoamerican cultures, New Zealand Maoris and also in ancient Egypt.The striking similarity among all is that Jade is honored and esteemed more highly than silver and gold. It is widely believed to have mystical powers, healing abilities and also being a lucky and protective stone. Notwithstanding the fantastic combination of joy which Jade brings to us, the discovery of jade and the research of it has hitherto been a one-sided affair.However, advanced technology recently has enabled us to learn more about its innate qualities presenting all jade-lovers to appreciate Jade in a more sophisticated way. Indeed a pleasure to learn about Jade alluring range of colours and excellent luster and its immaculate interaction of toughness and hardness pepperoni.
The jade carvings are exquisite and unique in shape, and it is really good to see
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