Green Adventurine Freeform
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. Aventurine’s color comes from tiny inclusions of Hematite. This stone was named after the Italian word “a Ventura”, which means “by chance”.
Green Aventurine provides strength, confidence, courage, and happiness. It renews one’s optimism for life and pushes us to take action to acquire what we want in this world. This stone urges one to get out of their comfort zone and take on new opportunities.