This listing is for this lovely rare Small Tugtupite natural tumblestone direct from Greenland which weighs approximately 10.2 grams and measurements taken at the widest points are approximately 20 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm, the tugtupite has been photographed wet in the first set of 6 pictures and dry in the second set of 6 pictures.
Please Note some of the tumblestones have only small areas of tugtupite hence the reduced price this does not affect its crystalline properties.
The pictures (please note the pictures are close ups and NOT the actual size) show different sides of this lovely tugtupite stone and there maybe natural matrix encased within them. Please check properly all pictures, weight and measurements before purchasing.
UK postage for this crystal stone is FREE.
“For ages, the Inuit of Greenland have understood the power of tugtupite. Legend has it that lovers can cause the stone to glow fiery red just from the heat of their romance. The brilliance and vibrant colors announce the intensity of their love.”
Tugtupite (also known as the reindeer stone) is an emotional stone. It can protect one from negative energy of many kinds by wearing or carrying the stone, and is often sought for this shielding property. It is also helpful for removing energy blockages, and to clear the aura. Tugtupite is reputed to strengthen romantic relationships, and expand the love and sexual experience, and cure depressions. Physically tugtupite is used in general healing, purifying blood, to stimulate hormone production, and increase fertility. Tugtupite opens and clears the heart chakra, and will also activate and integrate all the chakras.
Inuit legend attributes tugtupite to “Tutu” – the reindeer girl. Tutu went to the mountains to give birth to her first child and during birth the miraculous life-giving bloods seeped into the mountain stones and created tugtupite. Thus it is known for life, romance and fertility….
Tugtupite is one of the world’s few deep red gemstones, often translucent, and always brightly fluorescent. It is known worldwide for its beauty under ultraviolet light. When exposed to UV light (or sunlight) the color deepens, sometimes to an almost grape color.
You will receive the tugtupite stone in the picture’s.
Thankyou for looking.