Cut from green aventurine, these double terminated points are faceted with each end forming a point. They are approximately 30x8 - 34x9mm. This listing is for one randomly selected piece.
Double terminated crystals have a single point at each end, formed naturally or being cut and polished. Double terminated crystals are believed to have energy flowing both ways making them advantageous for spiritual purposes.
Some pieces may have natural imperfections such as small pits or inclusions.
Aventurine is a form of quartz, characterized by its translucency and the presence of platy mineral inclusions that give it a shimmering or glistening effect. The most common color of aventurine is green, but it may also be orange, brown red, purple, yellow, cream, blue, or grey. Interesting fact; Aventurine is named after goldstone, a man-made stone, which was originally called "aventurine glass"! They gave it the name due to its similar schillar to the the man-made glass.
Mohs scale: 6.5-7
Locality: Most green and blue aventurine is found in India, while most other colors are found in Chile, Russia, and Spain.