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This listing is for (1) peach moonstone/sunstone tumble, which will be intuitively selected. As these are natural stone, they may differ in size and appearance from those pictured. These pieces exhibit both "confetti" aventurescence and peach moonstone "flash" (see mineralogy section below for details).

The average piece is approx 20g




Sunstone can help with SAD (wintertime blues).
Sunstone can build leadership with conviction & self-discipline. It also provides abundance in one’s needs & desires; and can assist in manifesting prosperity. It is said to stimulate creativity & sexuality. 

Peach Moonstone

Stimulates passion, creativity, sensuality. Supports creativity & self-expression. The loving energy of this stone promotes the Divine and soothes worry and anxiety - it’s very emotionally supportive and can facilitate a stronger sense of self worth.



Sunstone: aka “golden sunstone” “confetti sunstone”
Sunstone is a trade name for feldspar that exhibits aventurescence when light interacts with tiny plate-like mineral inclusions of hematite, goethite, or other iron oxides (even copper for Oregon sunstone). Sometimes called aventurescent feldspar. These highly reflective, flat inclusions are precisely aligned along the crystallographic axis, and this common orientation enables them to simultaneously flashy when the stone is moved under light (creating that glitter effect).

Sunstone/moonstone: Both are types of feldspar. Moonstone “adularescence”(floating moon “glow”) is usually caused by refraction of light from alternating lamellar planes (structual layers) whereas sunstone has microscopic inclusions (hematite, goethite, other iron oxides - Oregon is copper) that refract the light giving the spangled effect.



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The Mineral Maven LLC are not doctors and cannot give out medical advice. Healing crystals should be used as a complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for medical treatment, diagnosis, or examination. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.