The name "jade" is commonly used for two different silicate minerals, jadeite and nephrite. Prized for its color and hardness, jade has been used since ancient times for practical and decorative purposes. In China, it was once considered more valuable than gold and silver and was used for axe heads and other weapons. Ancient natives of Central America, New Zealand, and Egypt also prized jade as a beautiful and symbolic gemstone.
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