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Milky White Opalite Blue Sea Opal Moonstone Carved Skull

• Opalite is a delicate milky iridescent stone. It is a beneficial healing stone to keep in areas where peace and serenity are needed. • Opalite is a man-made opalescent glass that is also known as Argenon, sea opal or opal moonstone. When opalite is placed against a dark background, it appears to have a blue color. When placed against a light background, it is milky white with an orange or pink glow • Carved skulls are used as accent pieces [...]

Chocolate Coffee Moonstone Tumbled Stones

Chocolate Coffee Moonstone Tumbled Stones | 5 pcs.

Chocolate Coffee Moonstone Tumbled Stones range from a pretty caramel mocha color to a soft brown gray. They can also have an opalescent effect, which makes these stones incredibly beautiful. Chocolate Coffee Moonstone is the grounding stone in the moonstone family, believed to stabilize thoughts and feelings. By doing so, it allows clarity and stimulates new cycles of growth and healing. It is also thought to be a stone of protection, bringing safety and prosperity to the holder. Moonstone [...]

Peach Moonstone Tumbles Stones

Peach Moonstone Tumbled Stones | 5 pcs.

These gorgeous Peach Moonstone Tumbled Stones are a mixture of soothing creams and peaches, as well as a pearly gray color. Peach Moonstone is known as the emotional healer of the moonstone family. Peach Moonstone believed to uncover and explore challenging feelings and heal them. The mystery of moonstone stimulates the mind and relieves worry and anxiety. Moonstone is characterized by its milky sheen that makes it reminiscent of moonlight. It has a soft glowing effect and is partially translucent. [...]

Moonstone Mineral Specimen 1-1.5"

Moonstone Mineral Specimen 1-1.5″

Moonstone is a combination of two types of feldspar rocks with a translucent layered quality. Light passing through those layers creates the phenomenon with the iridescent glow. Moonstone has been used in jewelry for centuries, even by ancient civilizations. The Romans admired moonstone, as they believed it was born from solidified rays of the moon. In more recent history, the moonstone became popular during the Art Nouveau period; French goldsmith Ren?? Lalique and many [...]