How Much is Jade Worth?

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To find out what jade is worth you will need to know the quality of the jade in question. You can have jade that is worth only a few dollars to jade worth millions of dollars. You can find more info at: www.shopgemstones.com
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Sorry but your question is like asking how long is a piece of string. Which type of jade is it, nephrite or jadeite first of all. Then colour, clarity and texture make a huge difference
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Just one jade stone is worth a pretty penny. You can turn in one jade store to a jeweler or pawn shop and get $190 from it. If you have the Empire Jade stone it is worth around $10,000.
Jade can be worth anything from a few dollars to many millions of dollars, this all depends on the type of jade being used. The most valuable form of jade, has a glowing translucent vibrant green color. The very lowest grade of jade may be a dyed nephrite used in costume jewelry valued at a few dollars.
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