Green Aventurine Quartz Rough Specimens
Additional Green Aventurine Quartz Items in our Virtual Gallery
We also have green aventurine quartz rough available in volume, please contact our special requests department for further information.
See also our page displaying natural color fuchsite mineral specimens, and our natural color blue aventurine quartz mineral specimens.
Our aventurine quartz mineral specimens are all natural color and lapidary grade. They are 100% unheated and untreated - exactly how they formed inside the earth!
We have additional inventory of green aventurine quartz rough specimens, collectable mineral spheres & carvings, and green aventurine quartz lapidary rough. Our green aventurine is actually a quartzite which formed naturally under regional metamorphic conditions. The color is 100% natural, with no treatments of any kind. The natural green color is due to tiny grains of fuchsite mica (chrome muscovite) that crystallized within the quartzite.
See also our handcrafted blue aventurine rough specimens.
We have been mining professionally for gem materials for more than 30 years, and we have a very large variety of natural mineral specimens and lapidary rough available in many different minerals.
We also have some spectacular very large pegmatite matrix mineral specimens as well.
See our page with links to natural crystals of all mineral varieties! See also our pages with links to all of our polished crystals and our handcrafted mineral gifts.
Each one of our green aventurine specimens is completely natural with no treatments of any kind, and they were mined in Brazil. You may have noticed that we have green aventurine specimens in all sizes from just a few inches long to huge pieces weighing hundreds of pounds each! These are all natural green aventurine rough specimens. Here at mineralminers.com, we do not have any heated or treated green aventurine, each green aventurine specimen is 100% natural! We specialize in superior quality natural green aventurine specimens of large size for use in gardens & landscaping as well as for lapidary use.
For more information about natural green aventurine and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses be sure to see our green aventurine information page.
To see more green aventurine photos, just select another green aventurine linked image below.
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We literally have tons of superior grade natural color green aventurine quartz rough specimens in stock, so be sure to let us know if you have any special requests. Please contact our webmaster or our 'site' geologist with any questions or comments.