Five all natural, river-tumbled forest green to black Jade pieces from Big Sur, California! A popular material used as an ornamental stone in jewelry and carvings for thousands of years, Jade is a fundamental part of the gem and mineral trade even today. It’s one of a literal handful of minerals that most people are familiar with to some degree. It may not be harder than Diamond, but it is TOUGHER due to the complexity of its interlocking structure. Don’t miss out on these pieces! Good pocket rocks, gifts, in wraps, or as the natural specimens they are!