Peach Moonstone Faceted Rectangle Bead • 19x10x7mm (1) • 130110MO-1910P | SmokyMountainBeads.com

Moonstone is a potassium Feldspar of the Orthoclase family. It has a white shimmer called adularescence. The light diffraction is from thin alternating layers of Orthoclase and Albite. Moonstone is also known as Hecatolit, Chandrakanta, Feldspath Nacré.

 

Ancient Romans considered moonstone to be solidified moonlight. 

 

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* Sizes, shapes and colors my vary due to being a natural stone, being hand-carved and/or difference in computer monitors.

 

Peach Moonstone Faceted Rectangle Bead • 19x10x7mm (1)

SKU: 130110MO-1910P
$5.72 Regular Price
$2.86Sale Price
  • Moonstone Bead

    • Peach
    • Rectangle; Faceted
    • 19x10x7mm 0.7mm hole
    • Natural; Hand-Cut; Center-Drilled; Polished
    • Quantity: 1
    • Restockable: No
    • 130110-1910P

     

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    Metaphysical properties are for your enjoyment and are not to be taken as medical advice.

     

    • Chakra: Sacral, Crown, Third Eye
    • Astrological: Cancer, Libra, Scorpio
    • Numerical: 4, 7
    • Element: Water
    • Emotional: Anger, Centering, Composure, Emotional Balance, Emotional Healing, Fear of Dark, Happiness, Harmony, Hope, Nurture, Positive Energy
    • Physical: Arthritis, Birthing, Circulation, Edema, Headaches, Health and Healing, Infertility, Insomnia, Menopause, Menstrual, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular/Skeletal, Pancreas, Pituitary Gland, PMS, Pregnancy, Sting/Bites, Stomach
    • Spiritual: Ancient Wisdom, Balance Aura, Energy Work, Enhances Dreams, Healing Increasing Awareness, Higher Consciousness and Will, Higher Realms, Intuition, Protection, Serving Humanity, Vision Quest
    • Toxicity: Moonstone contains aluminum, which should not be ingested. Tumbled Moonstone is safe to wear and hold. It is also safe to use to make elixirs using a tumbled stone, however, the tumbled stone must be removed. Do not crush Moonstone to add to an elixir. Always wear a mask when grinding or engraving moonstone (which you should anyway) taking care not to inhale Moonstone dust.