White Jade is a type ofNephrite Jade that is prized for its creamy white color. It is composed mainly of the mineral Tremolite with traces of Actinolite.White Jade is a relatively hard and durable mineral, with a Mohs hardness of 6.0-6.5, making it suitable for use in jewelry and other decorative objects.
WhiteJade is found in a number of locations around the world, including China, Canada, Russia, and New Zealand. It is often associated with metamorphic rocks such asSerpentine and is commonly found in riverbeds and alluvial deposits.
WhiteJade has been valued for thousands of years in many cultures around the world and has been used to make a wide range of objects, including jewelry, figurines, and decorative items. It is particularly prized in Chinese culture, where it has been used for over 5,000 years to make jade carvings, jewelry, and other objects.
In addition to its cultural and artistic uses,WhiteJade is also believed to have healing and spiritual properties. It is said to promote tranquility, balance, and harmony, and is often used in meditation and energy healing practices.