Semi Precious StonesA fine assortment of semi precious stones (also known as gem chips, gemstones, prosperity gems, etc) ideal for the usage of many self made feng shui solutions. Most often used as an ingredient for a wealth vase, wealth bowl and personalized amulet sachets.
There are more than 20 different types of stones: amethyst, mahogany obsidian, amazonite, aragonite, aventurine, breciated jasper, blue stone, crystal, fancy jasper, leopard skin, mud line stone, new jade, pure jasper, red jasper, rose quartz, dark obsidian, sodalite, cats eye, white howlite, and jade.
Each order is of 200 grams and has been stored with many auspicious items to increase its untapped potency. Should you order more than 1kg, your order will be included with additional auspicious amulets and coins!
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