Malachite is an ancient jade material, the main component of which is basic copper carbonate. Malachite English name is Malachite, from the Greek Mallache, meaning "green." In ancient China, malachite was called “green green”, “stone green” or “green bark”. Malachite has such a beautiful name because of the color resembling the green spot on the peacock feathers. Malachite is a copper sulphide oxidation zone that is often symbiotic with other copper-bearing minerals (blue copper, chalcocite, chalcopyrite, natural copper, etc.). Famous places of origin in the world include Zambia, Australia, Namibia, Russia, Zaire, and the United States. China is mainly produced in Yangchun, Guangdong, Daye, Hubei, and northwestern Yunnan. Malachite is also known as "Sapphire Jade", "Jade Sapphire" and "Blue Chalcedony"