Jade Egg - Auspicious StartsThe Jade Egg hand carved in a Myanmar monastery symbolizes an auspicious rebirth of sorts. A new start with fresh opportunities is in order, when used in a denomination of three. For those who want to put aside a trying ordeal past them or to have a fresh beginning with a positive start, this is the item you need. Many businessmen will also enjoy having them for wealth purposes as it is similar to an egg which will grow to something much bigger. The texture of the jadeite egg may differ as each an every one differs.
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