Sugar jade is a type of Hetian jade. Sugar jade forms near the peripheral zone of white, greenish white, and green jade mountains, and is primarily a product of weathering. Generally large pieces of Hetian jade mountains have a transitional gradient of color from the inside to the outside, gradually deepening, and can transition from a light yellow color in the inner layer to a maroon color in the outer layer.Sugar jade, as the name implies, often gives a warm feeling. There are many different opinions about the cause of sugar jade, some say it is primary, others say it is formed by secondary effects. Sugar jade is figuratively called sugar jade because of its brown sugar-like color. The internal main part of the jade, what we usually call the flesh, is mainly white or green jade (there are also yellow and white ones), and the sugar-colored part varies because of the degree of immersion. The thickness of the sugar color varies from a few millimeters to tens of centimeters, and the first shift is attached to the surface layer of the flesh in a transitional relationship. When the sugar-colored part accounts for more than 85% of the overall sample, the name is set as sugar jade. Warm reminder: The latest market trends are always available, please follow LuFuture.com app.