Jadeite is a pellucid gem that is reverenced in the fraternity of Chinese togetherness. Jadeite is rare, so is decidedly prized in Hong Kong and Taiwan along with China.
Jadeite Jewelry speculates soaring in its charming appeal, hence the Chinese fashion designers, Francesca Fearon tabulates the scale of this worthy and upscale gem.
In the year 2014, Hutton-Mdivani necklace came to auction at the world’s largest broker of decors, Sotheby's and gained a record breaking sales figure of US $10 million.
Sothebys Hutton Mdivani Necklace
The necklace was bought by the renowned luxury jewelry company, Cartier. At the beginning of the 1930’s Barbara Hutton, who was the Woolworth heiress got the necklace as a wedding present from her father. The necklace reviewed to be from the last imperial dynasty of China, Qing dynasty moreover, it has been in the Imperial collection. Cartier was the sole company that was empowered to create an embrace for it. The exceptional value attached to this necklace is because of the cut as well as the sumptuous proportions of each jadeite.
Jaideite Ring from Samuel Kung's Collection
Cartier Jade Tutti Frutti Bracelet
The value of the jadeite jewelry has grown in the last twosome of years, and these treasured green tinted jewel nuggets became a prestigious to use. The trend of wearing million dollars whittled pendants, beautifully designed necklaces and bangles by the Royals too rouses the demand of this gem.
Samuel Kung's Dragon Earrings
The people of West came to know about this gem in the outset of the 20th century when jewelry show-stopper Cartier company used this glorious jewel. The company used this jewel in its paramount ornamental art style of the 1920s and 1930s (Art Deco) jewel pieces.
Samuel Kung's Jadeite Ring
Chinese society honors as well as admires jadeite for its eminent properties. This gem too contemplates as a symbol of knowledge moreover righteousness. In Chinese culture, this nugget is predominantly thought to bring riches to the life of its wearer furthermore chiefly influence the health. This conception is more than 3,000 years old that it too helps to ward off the negative energies from the surrounding aura.
Edward Chiu's Jadeite Earrings
Jadeite mined from the neighborhoods of the northern Myanmar captivates the Chinese masses. They are pulled from the mines of Hpakan, Burma and by the close of the 18th century; Emperor Qianlong prefers to apply these “Imperial Jade” in jewels.
Samuel Kung's Jadeite Earrings
The rare Imperial Jade or Jadeite too comes in the hues of purple along with yellow, white and black. They radiate out into the glassy look due to its transparency. Purple hued jadeite too begins to be popular in recent years for its feminine allure.
Samuel Kung's Lavender Jadeite Suite Set
Dickson Yewn is the creative head of the company YEWN’s, and he entwines the culture as well as the history of the China in his intricate designs. Dickson in his designs uses the hues of green or yellow jadeite embedded in the white gold and diamonds.
Yewns Jadeite Lotus Leaf and Salamander Ring from Lattice Collection
Yewns- Jadeite and Wood Bangle
Jadeite in the western trend and designs is still a rare gem to use and that to if used only green or white shades are seen. Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan are the only areas where the strength and vibrancy of gem jadeite are fully revealed.
Glenn Spiro, a Swiss Jeweler, too uses the combination of gray-blue jade with pink diamonds in his crafted necklace and earring.
Glenn Spiro Jadeite Jewelry
The boom of jade and jadeite jewelry too can be seen at Baselworld in the show-stopping design of Zhaoyi. The admittance of Zhaoyi at the ingress of the baselworld was overwhelmingly impressive, as Zhaoyi showcase its unequaled jade collection.
Zhaoyi Green Jade Bib Necklace
Furthermore, Zhaoyi showcases its collection in the finest mixtures of black, mesmerizing green, feminine purple as well as other color forms. In its collection, Zhaoyi gave a touch of ancient Orient's mysterious passion, love for the jade jewelry.
Zhaoyi Baroque Black Jadeite Pendant and Earrings
Zhaoyi Dancing Green Bird Necklace
Zhaoyi Lavender Jade Ring
Love for Jade and sizzling passion for jadeite jewelry is tantamount with Chinese culture, the designs and patterns used by the ancestors are treasured for more than 3,000 years. These patterns can be well noticed in the jewelry designs of the Zhaoyi's in Basel. The best quality jadeite is glassy as well as shiny, but Zhaoyi's creative designers and Hong Kong based team mount them with some precious gems to fabricate some stunning and aesthetic jewel pieces. Grace Lee, designing head of the Zhaoyi's adds the Chinese traditional touch to the compositions.
Today’s trend says that icy and glossy green jadeite is most valuable and fetches the highest prices.
Zhaoyi Colourless Icy Jadeite Bracelet
Zhaoyi Colourless Icy Jadeite Pendant