Aventurine Doughnut

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This is a natural piece of Aventurine with deep green coloring which has been shaped and polished into a lovely doughnut. Many people use this as a pocket stone or can be worn as a necklace.

GREEN AVENTURINE is a member of the Quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its structure is hexagonal (trigonal) and is crypto-crystalline. Its name is derived from the Italian aventura, a type of glass discovered around AD 1700. The color of Green Aventurine comes from microscopic Fuchsite particles.

The average size & weight of this dougnut are:
50mm x 6mm x 50mm & 28g

 

The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE

  • KEY WORDS Vitality, growth, confidence
  • CHAKRAS Heart (4th)
  • ELEMENT Water, Earth
  • PHYSICAL Supports general healing, increase of life force, heart and circulation
  • EMOTIONAL Inspires optimism, self-confidence, peace amid difficulty
  • SPIRITUAL Brings good fortune and blessing, manifestation and prosperity

Green Aventurine is a stone of optimism and zest for life. It helps one move forward with confidence into new situations, and even assists one in embracing such challenging issues as aging, illness and one’s own mortality. It brings with it a feeling of lightness, even humor, as it assists one in dealing with the ups and downs of life.

In emotional life, it allows one to look at the bright side of difficult issues. In healing, it instills life force and aids in rebuilding depleted energy reserves.

Green Aventurine can be a stone of “good luck” and is recommended for those who wish to manifest greater prosperity. It can assist in other situations where one’s overt external actions do not control the outcome. It would be a good stone to carry to the racetrack, a tax audit or a first date.

"This information is for research purposes only and should not be construed as medical recommendations for any disease or symptom. It is not intended to provide medical advice. Consult a licensed healthcare professional for treatment."