What is “C” jade?
In a classification system that is used in China, “C” jade refers to dyed material. Typically, type C jadeite has undergone all the treatments of type B and with the addition of dyed coloring added to the polymer resin to produce an enhanced or additional coloring effect. Certain jade collectors look for jadeite items that come in three colors: green, white, orange, or purple.
“B” jade refers to jadeite that has been bleached with acid and then impregnated with polymer resin.
“A” jade refers to jadeite that is natural or polished with wax only.
Beautiful natural cabochon imperial jade necklace. 18k rose gold. Grade A jadeite.
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Grade A Jadeite
These are the untreated, natural jadeite that are believed to bring good luck to the person who possesses the gem. All Baikalla Jewelry jade are guaranteed to be 100% natural.Ok, back on topic. Treated jade can be broken down to three different grades. The Grade B, Grade C, and Grade D.