What is white mountain "jade" really made from? The answer is below! There is nothing wrong at all with using dyed, stabilized, coated, and imitation stones. It's only wrong when you're not getting what you pay for. When you click on the stones listed below, you'll find full disclosure of materials which will help you to figure out what is and is not worth paying a premium for!
Stabilized white magnesite
Natural white howlite
Coated white riverstone
White mountain "jade"
Antique white Hemalyke (tm)
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