White Jade Quan Yin Carving

$ 39

Bring a crystal Quan Yin carving in to elevate your sacred space. Beautifully carved out of luminous White Jade, this crystal goddess is simply divine. This glowing, pure White Jade is called Hanbai Jade or Hanbaiyu Jade.

These White Jade Quan Yin figurines have a calm + peaceful energy. White jade helps to instill prosperity into all areas of your life.

Quan Yin is the Goddess of Mercy + Compassion. She is one of the beloved Ascended Masters, an aspect of the Divine Mother. She is the ascended feminine in all of us.

Lovingly carved into the shape of our Lady of Compassion, this sweet crystal goddess figurine glows, bringing a nurturing, protective energy to your space.

1.15-1.4 oz
2.44-2.38" tall
Self-standing, flat back


The Goddess Quan Yin is known as a great protector + benefactor.

Her heart is full of deep compassion + unconditional love. Her energy is nurturing, gentle + compassionate, yet fiercely protective, such as a mother feels for her child.

Quan Yin is known as the female Bodhisattva, the Mother Mary or Great Mother of the East. Her name has many spellings including Kwan Yin, Guan Yin, Kuan Yin, Guanyin, Guanshiyin, Bodhisattva + Bodhisattva Guan Yin. In Sanskrit, her name is Padma-pâni, or "Born of the Lotus."

Her crystalline magic is potent + ready to nurture you on your path.


Hanbai Jade is actually a kind of ice white marble from China. It has a luminous purity + has been used for centuries to carved figurines of emperors, deities + the Goddess Quan Yin. These historical artifacts carved from white jade are often intricately painted.

White Jade is a lucky stone for health, love, or business endeavors. White Jade emanates a tranquil, loving vibration into the room. White Jade promotes harmony of the mind, body + spirit. White Jade heals + opens the heart chakra.  

Your crystal Guanyin figurine will be intuitively chosen for you + look exactly like the ones you see in these pictures. Natural stones may have inherent marks, mineral inclusions, or slight imperfections. Weights + measures are approximate.