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Aventurine Night of Cairo🌌 This is, in fact, a rock that includes quartz, lamellas of mica, hematite, goethite, as well as minerals such as magnetite and ilmenite. Natural aventurine is no longer an ornamental stone, but a semiprecious stone. In nature, there are many shades of aventurine, the most common of which, of course, is the Night of Cairo (black with sparkles) and "Golden Sand" (orange or brown with sparkles). In addition, there is also white, blue, pink, dark red, lilac, yellow and green aventurine. The most unusual, of course, consider a dark coloring. The stars are scattered on the surface of a dark stone. That is why it is called the Night of Cairo🌌 The night of Cairo is considered a rock of excitement and good luck🍀Men, keen on playing cards, often order from jewelers rings with aventurine and then wear on the right hand, so that the stone brings luck and winnings. But! The stone always looks after its owner and for his thoughts ... Facts about aventurine - In the mid-19th century, during the so-called "gold rush" (1849 California, 1851 Australia, 1886 South Africa, etc.), prospectors were confident that aventurine is their talisman. The larger the stone in your pocket - the more gold you can find. - In ancient Greece, aventurine brown people considered pressed gold, which was presented to them as a gift of the goddess of the land of Hera. - In Taganay in 1825, the largest deposits of aventurine were found in history, of which two vases were created. One of these vases is still kept in the Hermitage today (diameter 2 m. 46 cm, height 1 m. 46 cm, weight 4 tons).