Lewis - Siberian White & Green Nephrite Jade

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Introducing 😱😱😱LEWIS, composed nephrite jades straight all the way from Sayan Mountains 🏔 Lake Irkutsk.

The rich ‘kryptonite’ greens and pure milky whites found in Siberia are sought after the world over. The Sayan Mountains near Lake Baikal, in central Siberia, is the primary source of Siberian nephrite jade, with secondary mining occurring along the Onot River, south of nearby Irkutsk. Although some of the finest quality nephrite jade is formed here, Siberia’s severe weather conditions and inconsistent production means the raw stone is only accessible for two to three months of the year at most.

The rare Siberian nephrite, with a “spinach green to milky” color and graphite inclusions, is considered the most valuable green nephrite variety in the world.

White Jade is a gemstone that has the meaning and properties of making the owner's life abundant. From Ancient times, It has been valued as a gemstone of richness and long life. It has been believed that it would lead to the owner's life in the right way. The power of WHITE JADE is good for all love luck, business luck and health luck. We can say that this gemstone is a good supporter of your whole life. White jade also has the meaning and properties of balancing the energy of things. It is a good gemstone when you want to rearrange your luck flow. This gemstone is also useful when you want to overcome difficulties well and increase all kinds of luck.

Green Jade as a gemstone has plenty of history because it has been a part of people’s lives for many centuries.

"This stone’s connection to good luck and the ability to invite abundance are very well documented."

It’s mainly considered as a symbol of serenity, tranquility, and purity. It’s a stone that’s believed to bring in good luck, friendship, peace, and harmony.

A. Picture of hand specimens of white nephrite; B. Picture of hand specimens of polished white nephrite sections; C. Picture of hand specimens of white-green nephrite; D. Picture of hand specimens of polished white-green nephrite sections; E. Picture of hand specimens of green nephrite; F. Picture of hand specimens of polished green nephrite sections.



European and Asian civilization is well-known for their gemstone culture. Notable cultures such as the Greeks, the Roman, as well as the Chinese, used gems extensively both as barter and as symbols of wealth and status. Prior to that, prehistoric people in Europe and Asia used jade to make axes, scrapers and other miscellaneous weapons because it was found to be suitable for tough work. This was due to the extreme toughness and strength of jade. In fact, ancient European civilization mirrored the ancient Chinese civilization, although to a lesser degree, in its regard for these "stones of heaven".

Though Jade culture had existed in Ancient Europe, jade was only primarily used as tools and weapons. As the Bronze Age and the Iron Age approached, more suitable materials became available for many reasons, and the Europeans slowly abandoned the use of Jade. Interestingly enough, the Chinese culture chose to use jade for more ornamental and ritualistic purposes once the need for jade as tools declined.

The manufacture of Chinese Jade articles was already highly developed by the Shang Dynasty. (1751 B.C - 1111 B.C) By the end of the Zhou Dynasty (11thCentury B.C - 222 B.C) and the beginning of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C - 220 A.D), Chinese jades reached a second peak in their development. The craftsman had at their disposal, more advanced tools and efficient methods of polishing jade and created masterpieces.

Beyond maintaining its historical role, jade artistry has been further developed with creativity and skill and remains an eternal symbol of China's magnificent civilization, a testimony to China's culture and sense of aestheticism.

This jade product will be cleansed of negative energy by using the singing bowl before shipment to empower it with positive Sheng Chi. The item can be used as a gift for your family members and close friends.


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Bracelet Components 

  • Stones: White & Green Nephrite Jade (Sayan Mountains, Siberia)
  • Stone Size: 10 mm
  • Cord: high-resiliency comfortable elastic silicone
  • Gold Titanium JJ Anchors cube

What's in the box?

  1. The Bracelet
  2. Instruction on how to activate the crystals/stones
  3. Bracelet care