Genuine Canadian Jade Inukshuk
This inukshuk is carved from genuine Canadian green jade (nephrite jade) and comes directly from the mines in northern British Columbia! This inukshuk is about 4.5-5cm tall and weighs approximately 40-50g! It stands on its own, so you can display this anywhere. It has a satin finish and is 100% all-natural nephrite jade. This listing is for one (1) inukshuk, and you will receive one at random. It may or may not be the exact one pictured.
Jade is the stone of calm in the midst of storm. Its action balances nerves and soothes cardiac rhythm. A piece of Jade kept in a pocket or on a pendant to stroke from time to time recharges energy, and traditionally guards against illness. Jade may also be used to temper the shock or fear of the very young or very old being cared for in the hospital or away from home and family.
Jade is excellent for healing feelings of guilt, and for extreme cases of defeatism. It also treats "pathological normality," an excessive desire to adapt oneself to a group, even if it is sect-like, exaggerated militarism, a follow-the-leader attitude, or the compulsive desire to give in to general opinion to belong no matter the cost. As a travel stone, Green Jade prevents illness while on holiday, is beneficial for those travelling alone, and protects children and pets from straying or being hurt while on a journey.
An inukshuk is a figure made of piled stones or boulders constructed to communicate with humans throughout the Arctic. Traditionally constructed by the Inuit, inuksuit are integral to Inuit culture and are often intertwined with representations of Canada and the North. Inukshuk have been found close to archaeological sites dating from 2400 to 1800 BCE. Among their many practical functions, they are used as hunting and navigational aids, coordination points and message centres.
Please see the pictures and/or video of each listing to view the item's condition. Please note that due to the nature of crystals/stones, each one may have slight imperfections, including on carved pieces.