A common form of Aventurine quartz is green but it can also be found in blue or gray. Green aventurine is colored by green fuchsite mica; brown aventurine is colored by pyrite; and reddish brown aventurine is due to hematite. Other inclusions can color the mineral orange, bluish-white, yellow, or bluish-green. It is always massive. It is used for jewelry, where it is cut en cabochon, for vases and bowls, and for other ornamental objects
Aventurine is found in the Ural Mountains of Russia, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, at numerous localities in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and in Rutland, Vermont.
Aventurine can be confused with iridescent analcite, aventurine feldspar, Emerald, Jade, as well as aventurine glass.
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