Agate, Moss on Petrified Wood Tumbled Stones
The tumbled stones in this listing pack a double punch, as they feature Moss Agate on a matrix of Petrified Wood.
Despite popular belief, Moss Agate stones don't actually contain moss. Instead, these chalcedony-based stones display inclusions of green-colored minerals that give a grassy or mossy look.
Petrified Wood is one of the most popular earth stones, as it originates from million-plus year old wood that has petrified and turned to stone.
Use these stones to clear your mind of anxiety and cloudy thoughts — while reconnecting the earth’s natural energies.
Agate is also one of the oldest stones on earth. It was given its name between the 3rd and 4th centuries, B.C. by the Greek philosopher Theophrastus. While many agate specimens grow on pre-existing rocks, agate itself has found many uses when separated from its host — including use as precision pendulums, mortar and pestles and for leather burnishing tools.