Because there is no engraving on the entire jade plate, there is a saying in the jade industry that something that does not have any carving patterns on it is called "nothing", so the jade plate borrows the meaning of "safe and sound". "Safe and sound" means peace and prosperity.
The original origin of the appellation Wushipai comes from the jade carving ornaments in the late Ming Dynasty. One of them has no decoration, and it is named Wushipai, which is the homonym of "wuxiu".
The item is a jade plaque composed of Hetian jade, a variety of jade found in China's Xinjiang province. Its tobacco and purple color combination is eye-catching and distinctive. The entire plaque, which in Chinese means "safe and sound," is devoid of any carvings on the product. It is a lucky charm for the wearer as well as a representation of peace and prosperity.