This Stunning Crossover is carved from Marsden Pounamu arguably the finest quality jade has come from the Marsden area.
Carved from Marsden Flower Pounamu this type of stone comes from an area outside Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. It also comes in a type called ‘flower jade’ – this is generally the part of the stone closest to the outside that is showing the greatest degree of inclusion and oxidation. This results in gorgeous colors – golds, reddish browns and a wide array of greens.
Jade in the area is generally found as elongated, or slightly flattish boulders, and are difficult to recognize in the field which is found in the New Zealand.
The crossover is a modern design resembling two intertwined pikopiko ferns. It symbolizes the bond between two people, connecting the lives of friends, family or loved ones. It also signifies one's own life path, with twists and turns.