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Natural Jadeite Bead Necklace

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90-1-6724

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ABOUT THIS NECKLACE

22 inches of gently graduated natural jade beads, ranging from 10 millimeters in the center to 6 millimeters at the clasp, display a bright and beautiful medium apple green hue. The navette shape clasp brings the total length to 23 inches. The necklace is accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Lab stating: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. It is the opinion of this lab that the country of origin is Myanmar (Burma)

Details

Materials:
14 Karat Yellow Gold
Length:
23 1/4 inches
Width:
1/4 - 3/8 inch
Gram Weight:
60.4 gm
Period:
Mid-Century
Center Jadeite details
Cut/Shape:
Marquise
Color:
Green
Measurements:
19.24 x 7.57 mm

Gem Report Number: 150909F-LA

Center Jadeite details
Cut/Shape:
Round Bead
Color:
Green
Measurements:
6.23-9.87 mm

Gem Report Number: 150609E-LA

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