Jade is a very widespread stone that ranges in many countries depending on whether it is a Nephrite or Jadeite deposit. This jade comes from Canada via one of the last glaciers that came down and retreated. I found this in "Great Lakes Area River Rock" in Michigan. The main and cheapest landscaping stone in the whole great lakes area. Michigan has the biggest variety of stone than anywhere in the world. And it's mostly dropped off by a glacier. This glacier worn smooth variety of stones is everywhere in all sizes from pea gravel to boulders of massive size. Here's an end cut of deep black Jade that has a few natural quartz healed fractures that would look sweet incorporated into cabs. -WET pic.- (7.8 oz.)
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