New Zealand Jade

New Zealand

New Zealand nephrite jade (pounamu or greenstone) is formed by intensive heat and pressure some 10km deep under the earth of the Southern Alps.

Australian Jade


Australian black jade is defined by deep blacks that glow a deep olive green when cut thin.

British Columbia Jade

British Columbia

British Columbia is the largest source of nephrite jade in the world.

Siberian Jade


The rich ‘kryptonite’ greens and pure milky whites found in Siberia are sought after the world over.

China Jade


The Chinese have been carvers and lovers of jade for over 8000 years. No other culture has revered nephrite so continuously and extensively.

American Jade


Jade divers in the USA pull up deep blacks and subtle blues most commonly in ‘Jade Cove.’