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For example, the Romans created a fourth-century goblet known as the Lycurgus cup, which appears jade green when lit from the front but blood red when backlit.
In Richmond on Wednesday, the sea of dark suits was broken up with bright spots of red and robin’s-egg blue, the splash of jade green, the pastels of an infant sleeping on a baby blanket, a purple sheath.
There’s a fanny pack patched with mottled jade green velvet and dotted with minute Swarovski crystals along the zipper; its silver pull is embellished with Seok’s signature silver flame charm.
The kitchen counters and backsplash are jade green onyx slabs, which is prized for its exotic and translucent qualities.
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