Tumbled Healing Crystals

 

collection of colourful tumbled stones

 

To Buy Individually or in Larger Quantities

 

Healing crystals transformed into wonderfully tactile, smooth rounded stones.  Tumbled stones are produced in a machine called a rock tumbler which mimics a natural geological process that's been taking place for millions of years.  In nature this type of stone is known as a river or beach pebble.

Tumbled healing crystals are popular with rock and mineral collectors of all ages and are widely used in alternative therapies such as crystal healing.   Available to buy individually or in larger quantities, discounts of 10% and 30% usually apply when purchasing five or ten of the same stone.  Should you pay more for postage than we end up paying, amounts in excess of £1 will be refunded once your order has been dispatched.  This occasionally happens when our system calculates postage incorrectly due a difference in weight of individual stones.

Our tumbled healing crystals are sourced from around the world and when available in different grades, we always purchase the finest grade.  We buy our shungite directly from a supplier in Karelia in Russia which is where the vast majority of the world's shungite comes from.  

Younger rock and mineral collectors love tumbled stones and being relative cheap means that it doesn't take long to build up a collection.  These stones are irresistible to children who may be tempted to put them in their mouth so please be careful if you have them on display.  Furthermore some minerals will fracture or break quite easily whilst others like malachite are toxic so need to be handled with a little more care.

Our tumbled crystals are produced in industrial sized rock tumblers hence the exact weight and size of individual stones will often vary slightly from piece to piece.  Those featured in our photos all come from our collection and once we receive your order, each crystal will be carefully chosen prior to being dispatched in a protective gift pouch.  Please be aware that a colour or shade of colour may appear to be slightly lighter, darker or more or less vibrant than it actually is which may be as a result of your monitor, device or browser.  The angle and range at which photos are taken may also give the impression that a tumbled crystal is larger or smaller so please read descriptions carefully and double check weights and sizes before confirming your order.

 

 


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