The primary factor that determines the value of jadeite is the color of jadeite. Even if a piece of jadeite is not very good for growing water, if the color is better, then its price will not be too low. Therefore, many people think that the darker the color of jade, the better, and the greener the better, but is this really the case?
What is the concentration of emerald
It refers to the saturation of the jadeite color or the depth of the color. The concentration of the jadeite color is 70%~80%, because when the color saturation of the jadeite is in this range, the light transmittance is the best, and it will not make the jadeite. Texture is affected. When a piece of jadeite reaches the top color, it does not mean that the color saturation of this jadeite reaches 100%, it only reaches 70%~80%. For example, a well-known type of jadeite, “Tielongsheng”, its color is too strong, too green, and it can never become a high-grade jadeite.
Factors Affecting Emerald Concentration
Thickness: The thickness of jadeite affects the light transmittance of jadeite. The higher the thickness of jadeite, the less easy it is to transmit light. Some jadeite looks rich in color. In addition to its own color concentration, it is also caused by the high thickness of jadeite.
Structure: The finer the structure of jadeite, the better the color distribution, the better the light transmittance, and the more uniform the color looks, so the top jadeite is of good color.
Environment: The most intuitive reflection of the influence of the environment on the concentration of jadeite is light. If the environment is brighter and the light is sufficient, the light transmittance of jadeite will be better, the color concentration will look lighter, and the light will be weaker. The color concentration of the entire jadeite depends on It gets a little denser.