Looking to start your crystal collection? Or want to get small tumbled stones you can use for crystal gridding or take them on the go? Hello pocket crystals! These tumbled crystals and stones are the perfect size! I've also included small raw crystal points because many people use these along with tumbles to help direct the energy in crystal grids. Read more about tumbled stones at the bottom of the page!
Tumble stones are the easiest way to get a taste of different kinds of crystals and minerals. They are small in size and easy to work with, plus they are very affordable crystal option! Crystal tumbles can be used in crystal gridding in a specific crystal healing manner, they can be kept in pockets or purses so you can keep their energy with you, you can put in small cages and make into keychains or necklaces, and many people like tumblestones for travel sets.
If you aren't into the crystal healing properties or meanings, tumble crystals also just look beautiful in a crystal bowl, or scattered around the home or in plant pots! Crystals of all shapes and sizes make great additions to home decor.
We offer a huge variety of tumbled stone options from the most common like rose quartz, clear quartz, amethyst, aquamarine, pyrite and smoky quartz, but we also have more unique and rare tumble options like apache tears (obsidian), UV ruby feldspar, prasiolite (green amethyst), natural citrine and way more! We also have a 'Crystals for Beginners' tumble stone gift set for those who are looking to start out with the essentials! It has two different options as well. Or grab a bunch of different kinds of tumbles and build your own crystal gift sets.
Tumbled crystals are created by doing, as the name suggests, tumbling stones in a tumbler hehe. They start out as raw crystals and chunks and are put into this machine which slowly grinds down the rough edges and eventually ends with a polishing stage.
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