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【Jade Meaning】 The circle of jade is the meaning of holding back peace and keep happiness. Round donuts mean to bring fortune and avoid evil spirits. The natural Hetian jade can let your skin become smooth and good for your health. 【Necklace Information】 Necklace Material: 925 Sterling Silver with Gold Plated Pendant Material: Hetian Jade Necklace Length: Approx 18 inches, adjustable Pendant Size: Approx 12-14mm=0.47-0.55 inches Jade Color: White

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