Moonstone

Moonstone is Known for its blue to white adularescence. Check out the huge range of Moonstone gemstones we have on offer.

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With a rich history of folklore, Romans held moonstone in the highest regards. They believed it was formed from beams of moonlight. Its shiny pearly exterior is caused by the reflection of light that passes through the 2 main types of feldspar that make up this gemstone, orthoclase and albite. In India, the moonstone is considered to represent love, and is commonly given as a wedding gift. By the late 1800’s, early 1900’s Art Nouveau became increasingly popular, designers would handcraft moonstone into silver, taking inspiration from the natural world.