Green Aventurine is a silicon dioxide mineral and a member of the Quartz family. It was first reported in 1837 by J.D. Dan, and its color changes depending on impurities. The shade of green is a product of tiny Fuchsite particles, whereas Red Aventurine’s color comes from tiny inclusions of Hematite. This stone was named after the Italian word “a Ventura”, which means “by chance”. It is commonly carved into figurines, monuments, sculptures, beads, and cabochons for jewelry. The most important deposits of Green Aventurine come out of southern India.
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