Raw jade material contains many imperfections and cracks that require trimming before it can be made into jewelry.
After examining the material for impurities, cracks and color separation, a cutting plan is devised turning the raw material into workable slabs.
This process of transforming imperfect raw material into perfect pieces of jade is meticulous and requires years of experience to master. During the later stages, each jade slab is hand pressed against a rotary blade. Executing each cut requires extreme concentration and precision. Read more about jade cutting at our jade blog!
A wrong cut can be disastrous, leading to a subpar final product not to mention the loss of investment. The jade cutter must have a deep understanding of the characteristics of jade.
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