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Wyoming jade triangle ring, sterling silver


  • 20×10 mm triangle shaped apple green jade
  • Neolithic jewelry style
  • Sterling silver ring
  • Sized to order between EU 16,6-22 (US 6,5 – 11,5)


Wyoming jade triangle ring, pierced stone ring on a sterling silver wire, adjustable size

A Neolithic jewelry style, this Flintstone ring is at the same time elegant and subtle. It can be worn as a standalone statement ring or stacked with other rings

The raw Jade is apple green and almost translucent. The Jade has been tumbled in the shape of a triangle.

I have pierced a hole in it, pulled a 1 mm silver wire through the hole. What you see on the picture is that 1 side is finished, and the other one will be finished the same way after the ring has been sized.

Stone size is abt 20×10 mm

The Wyoming jade triangle ring will be sized to order in any EU size between 16 and 22.

If you wonder how Wyoming jade has come to the Netherlands. I received some Wyoming jades form my friend living there.

The term jade is applied to two distinct and unrelated mineral species.
Wyoming Jade is nephrite. Sinkankas (1959) considered Wyoming Jade to be some of the finest nephrite in the world. Wyoming Jade varies from translucent to opaque. Most nephrite contains some inclusions, which can affect its ability to take a polish. Lighter and brighter colors are rarer and are generally valued more highly than darker colors. Similarly, more translucent nephrite commands higher prices than nearly opaque material. These factors and their interrelationships determine the overall assessment of an individual piece of jade. Finished pieces of high-quality material vary upward from a few carats to many kilograms. Only about 10 percent of most nephrite deposits are considered gem quality.

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