Goldlook earrings with little Swarovski stones & jade gem.
In Indian culture, jade has been called the ‘divine stone’ and has been considered to cure asthma, gravel, epilepsy and heartburn. The Spanish conquistadors who once thought they occupied Mexico to be jade could heal side pains or kidney stones and call it ‘piedra de ijada’, which means stone of the loins. (Hence the name jade.) As far back as the pre-Columbian period, the Maya, Aztec and Olmec valued jade more than gold. In Egypt it was the stone of love, inner peace, harmony and balance. Chinese emperors saw the “stone of heaven,” jade, as a symbol of power.