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We've been working behind the scenes on a project with The Village Goldsmith, bringing our precious material, together with theirs.
We often talk about the significance jade has within Māori culture. It ties people to the land and their ancestors, and helps creates meaningful connections with families, traditions and cultures.
This year we are supporting the Tarawera Ultramarathon, as a family-business from Rotorua it's great to get behind an event born in Rotorua and which, like us, showcases something so iconically New Zealand on a global stage.
Shot by Stephen Boniface, this campaign explores how jade fits into society, showcasing real people in everyday settings with their stunning pieces of jade jewellery.
Ensuring we are as respectful as we can be to the environment while endeavouring to teach the beauty of jade, is something we will continue to work on as a business, constantly looking for ways we can improve on our practice and share our jade stories.
We are excited to announce the new Mountain Jade store, that is opening at Auckland Airport! Our store will be opened to the public from the 1st of December in the international departures area.
Like many first civilisations, the Māori people told their history and stories through the art of carving. The symbolisms of many of the main designs we carve today have their origins in these stories.
Jade is a beautiful gift that can be passed down through generations. Because of this, we make sure our carvings are crafted for generations too. Each piece is artfully designed and carefully created by our talented carvers.
Here at Mountain Jade we use a variety of Nephrite (jade) types from around the world to craft the unique and striking pieces in our stores and on our website.
Found all over the world, yet only hailing from the South Island in New Zealand, pounamu can be found in rivers up and down the coast of the southern island.