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Jade Inuksuk (Vancouver 2010 Symbol) Figurine (HNW-182)

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An Inukshuk, Inuit Stone Man. Pointing out your Path. Guiding you Home. Available in 2 inches, 3 1/2 inches, 5 inches, 8 inches and 12 inches.

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An Inukshuk, Inuit Stone Man. Pointing out your Path. Guiding you Home. An Inukshuk, Inuit Stone Man. Pointing out your Path. Guiding you Home. Available in 2 inches, 3 1/2 inches, 5 inches, 8 inches and 12 inches. Jade figurine sizes refer to the longest dimension (length or height, whichever is greater).
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Jade is a natural stone, so the shade of color may vary slightly.

INUKSUK "Thing that can act in the place of a human being."


Inuksuit are among the most important objects created by the Inuit who were the first people to inhabit portions of Alaska, Arctic Canada, and Greenland. The term Inuksuk (the singular of Inuksuit) means 'to act in the capacity of a human.' It is an extension of Inuk, meaning 'a human being'. These stone figures were placed on the temporal and spiritual landscapes. Among many practical functions, they were employed as hunting and navigation aids, coordination points, indicators, and message centers. The Inuit also constructed a stone figure called an Inunnguaq which means 'in the likeness of a human'.

In addition to their earthly functions, certain Inuksuk-like figures had spiritual connotations, and were objects of veneration, often marking the threshold of the spiritual landscape of the Inummariit -- the Inuit who knew how to survive on the land living in their traditional way. So compelling was the desire of the Inummariit to create Inuksuit that they appear not only on the earthly landscape but in legends and stories, in figures that emerge from the movements of fingers playing string games; and in a winter-sky constellation.

5 Most Important Reasons to Build an Inuksuk:

- To show the way when travelers are far from home.
- To warn of very dangerous places.
- To show where food is stored
- To show where a significant thing happened, and therefore where people should act respectful.
- To act as helpers in hunting caribou.

"An inuksuk is a strong connection to the land: it is built on the land, it is made of the land, and it tells about the land."

"An inuksuk is a stone structure that can communicate knowledge essential for survival to an Artic traveler."

All of our jade is grade A, unless otherwise noted.

It is 100% Pure Nephrite Jade, with no treatments whatsoever.

What is Jade?

Jade is one of two gemstones, nephrite jade or jadeite jade.

Nephrite jade, (a silicate of calcium and magnesium), is the historical Chinese Jade, or Stone of Heaven, a stone revered by the Chinese for more than 5000 years. Nephrite is prized for its special qualities: its extreme toughness, (the toughest of any natural stone), its alluring translucency and a smooth polished feel.

Colors of Nephrite Jade range from pure white to all shades of green. All of our jade products are 100% pure, Nephrite Jade. No artificial coloring, dyes, or any treatment to enhance the color are applied to our jade. GUARANTEED.


Jadeite Jade: (silicate of sodium and aluminum) A relatively new jade introduced to China from Burma in 1784. Gem quality Jadeite is extremely rare and thus extremely expensive. Often mislabeled as "Chinese jade," (it was never found in China), jadeite is slightly harder than nephrite jade.

Colors of jadeite range from white to black with intense greens and lavender being the most sought after.

Jadeite is often color enhanced and expert advice should be sought when investing in jadeite jewelry.


How is Jade cut?

Nephrite Jade is an extremely tough material to work. Nephrite Jade is fibrous in structure, similar to a handful of human hair. Due to this fibrous structure it cannot be cut with chisels, it has to be ground using very hard sharp abrasives, Diamonds. All of the saw blades we use have diamond imbedded in a soft matrix. This allows the soft matrix to slowly wear away exposing new diamond. It is the hardness of the Diamond particles being dragged over the softer Jade that does the cutting.

Where are the carvings and sculptures made?

One-of-a-kind sculptures are made by a few recognized sculptors in Vancouver, Canada, the modern jade sculpting center of the world. Each one of these signed and numbered sculptures comes with a signed certificate of authenticity by the artist.

The animal and collectible carvings are handmade by carvers in Asia. Each one is individually designed and sculpted. No two are exactly alike.


The list above may specify gemstones, but it does not describe whether the gemstones used in the product are natural or synthetic. Please refer to the product title and "details" section for further information.

Please note that certain values, including length, weight, and number of beads/magnets, may vary in items that are available in different sizes. A length of "0" above indicates that this item can be custom-sized, or that different sizes are available. Values are subject to change, and should be viewed as a general reference only.

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