In China, Jade was from the third century B.C. known and honoured as "Yo" and "Imperial stone." This term "Yo" was added to family names and used to describe people or things that possess exceptional beauty and elegance. Jade in Chinese culture and art of that time had a special place and significance, similar to that of diamonds and gold in the Western countries. In museums around the world, famous are the collections of Chinese jade carvings and statues, which date from 2000 B.C. - such as Buddhas, dragons, birds, fish, bats, dogs - who all carried deeply symbolic, spiritual and religious meaning....Read more about Jade meaning and history

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