Grade A Natural Burmese Jade Triple Plumeria Flower Slide Pendant
In many Asian Cultures, Jade is a traditional symbol for good luck and good fortune, handed down from generation to generation for positive energy, wisdom and enhanced luck.
The plumeria flower, or "Melia" in the Hawaiian language, is an iconic and fragrant flower found in Hawai'i and are most commonly used in leis or worn behind the ear. They come in many vibrant color combinations.
In the Chinese culture, the flower is a symbol of beauty and growth, a representation of prosperity and the "blossoming" of the things in your life that you value, whether it be wealth, career, family, good health, education, etc.
This one-of-a-kind pendant has three plumeria flowers, with the largest one in the middle. Carved from one piece, this pendant has three loops in the back to slide a chain or necklace, please see photos for details.
Jade is a natural stone and has its own unique characteristics, color shades, veins and hues. This pendant has a deep, honey butterscotch (?) color, a happy, juicy brownish orange color. It is 1 7/8" wide, almost 1" tall and 3/8" in depth (including the loops on the back).
Our products are all natural, not dyed or altered in any way, shape or form. Natural, Grade A Burmese Jadeite.
Designed in Honolulu, Hawai`i by Lillian Hong Jewelry