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A variety of quartz containing glistening fragments (usually mica), which can be cut and polished as a gemstone. Aventurine can also be in other colours but the most common colour is green. The name comes from Italian "a ventura", meaning by chance (Aventurine glass, i.e. glass with small colouring copper inclusions, was first prepared accidentally in the early 18th century in Italy).
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