Septarian Pebble or Palmstone (12)



Size: 42 x 41 x 32 (mm)

1 in stock


This listing is for a lovely Septarian palmstone or tumbled pebble which weighs approximately 81.7 grams and measurements taken at the widest points are approximately 42 mm x 41 mm x 32 mm and comes from Madagascar.

The listing shows different sides of the palmstone or tumbled pebble (Please note the pictures are close ups and NOT the actual size) and it is a natural product which has been tumbled/polished and there maybe some natural products encased or pitting, please check the pictures, weight and measurements carefully before purchasing.

UK postage for this palmstone or tumbled pebble is FREE.

Septarian nodules as they are more commonly known are unusual to look at and can vary considerably in colour and shape. In contrast to most geodes, which are volcanic in nature, septarian’s are a form of sedimentary geode. They formed on sea beds millions of years ago and, when they dried out; they cracked and formed hollow interiors. The interiors usually become either partly or completely full with other minerals, such as calcite, giving septarian its unusual texture and features. This Septarian specimen is showing a binding agent of Calcite which is the yellow colour. The darker brown lines are Aragonite and the light brown rock is Limestone.

The name Septarian comes from the Latin word, Septem, or seven. They’re called this because when the balls cracked and created their unique designs, there are said to have been seven cracks in each direction.

Septarian has a nurturing and calming energy, reminding ourselves to nurture ourselves, and others; they also encourage us to nurture our ideas and dreams. As they’re essentially a gift from the natural resource of the earth, they can also remind us to stop and give thanks to Mother Earth.

The palmstone or tumbled pebble in the picture’s is the one you will receive.

Thankyou for looking.

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42, 41, 32 (mm)


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