Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/ Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240808 176240808 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240809 176240809 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240810 176240810 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240811 176240811 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240812 176240812 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240813 176240813 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240814 176240814 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240815 176240815 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240816 176240816 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240817 176240817 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240818 176240818 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240819 176240819 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240820 176240820 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240821 176240821 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240822 176240822 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240823 176240823 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240824 176240824 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240825 176240825 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240826 176240826 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240827 176240827 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240828 176240828 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240829 176240829 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240830 176240830 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240831 176240831 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240832 176240832 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240833 176240833 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240834 176240834 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240835 176240835 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240836 176240836 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240837 176240837 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240838 176240838 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240839 176240839 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240840 176240840 Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does Jade does'nt Scratch but Serpentine does. This album shows pendants made of serpentine stone. I have seen similiar pieces listed on Ebay and other sites. Instead of labeling them Serpentine they are being represented as jade, old jade, tomb jade, China jade, and ancient chinese jade, when actually they are not jade at all. How to Test Jade in an Imperfect World. There are only two types of Jade that are considered real Jade. There is Jadeite which measures between 6.0 and 7.0 on the Mohs Sacale of hardness, and there is Nephrite jade which measures between 6.0 and 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Other materials, no matter how much they look like jade, are not jade unless they meet this hardness criteria. A pocket knife has a blade which measures approximately 5.0 on up to 5.5 on the mohs hardness scale, thus making the pocket knife an excellent tool for testing jade. A pocket knife with it's hardness factor of 5 - 5.5 simply can not scratch genuine jade with a hardness of 6.0 or harder. All of the Pendants shown in this album are carved from Serpentine stone which is softer than jade and will scratch with a knife. http://www.beadsincorpuschristi.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=176240841 176240841