Jade Under Eye Mask
The original lucky charm, Jade has been used for centuries in a variety of traditions. China has valued this stone for its beauty and powerful properties, in addition to its protective power. The stone was traditionally fashioned in into a wide assortment of items including: vessels, incense burners, burial items, statues, and even musical instruments. Some cultures utilized the stone’s blessing powers in their weapons.
The people of ancient British Isles fashioned the tough stone into sharpened axe heads and various weaponries for protection against their enemies. South of the equator, indigenous tribes in Central & South America used the beautiful stone to carve masks of their deities for rituals. The stone was also offered as sacrifices to water spirits by dropping gems into their wells.