Labradorite Tumblestones

Small Labradorite tumblestones – available in two shades, several sizes and several quality grades.

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Labradorite Tumblestones

Small Labradorite tumblestones - available in two shades, several sizes and several quality grades.

We cannot guarantee each of these stones will have the 'play of colour' Labradorite is popular for, but most do - even if it is only in a small section.

The issue with tumble polishing Labradorite is that really, Labradorite should be polished 'along' the colour - but tumble polishing polishes at random.


I sell two tones of Labradorite - the 'light' tone is a pale apple green-grey, the darker tone is anywhere from a dark green to almost black. Both are Labradorite, it is just a quirk of how they formed that has changed the overall colour of the stone.

The lighter stones tend to be less fractured and included, but they do not have as much contrast as the darker stones - however, the darker pieces are more often fractured, cracked, included etc.


Please expect some variation in size and shape due to the forming process.

These stones are perfect for decoration, in a small bowl, or around the surface of a plant pot, for example.

The pictures you see here are representative of the products and are usually not the exact item you will receive. Where various grades are available we do try to photograph each grade - but some photographs are still on their way.

Frequently asked questions and delivery information

How do we grade stones?

There is no overall universal grading system for the majority of our products. As such, the grades we use are internal only. They simply refer to higher and lower qualities, but they may be entirely different grades to other websites. C grade pieces are of lower quality than B grade, which is lower than A grade.


How does our ordering and delivery process work?

You place an order via the website. When it’s been picked and packed, your order will be marked as completed and dropped off at our local post office. We have an account with the post office called a “Drop and Go” account, which allows the post office staff to process our parcels when they have free time, rather than me queuing up and delaying everyone else.

I get tracking information etc online when this has been completed. I typically do not send tracking information to customers unless they request it – but if you’ve requested tracked postage, it has been sent tracked! If you have any worries or concerns about your parcel being delayed please feel free to get in touch and I’ll send the tracking info over! We also get delivery confirmations for parcels over 25MM thick by default.


How do international orders work?

After Brexit, with the UK leaving the European Union, certain things have changed with regards to international orders. European Union customers will now likely be liable to pay the same amount of import VAT as any other international customers. You will be responsible for any customs and import fees.


I’d like to return my order for a refund.

No problem at all – just get in touch and we’ll arrange it. You can read our full returns policy here.


What payment methods do you accept?

I can accept Paypal, Stripe, cheque, and direct bank transfers. Paypal and Stripe will both allow you to pay with credit and debit cards.


1 review for Labradorite Tumblestones

  1. Diana (verified owner)

    I love this crystal, it has a gorgeous shine and shift between colours

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What are tumblestones?

Tumblestones are stones that have been put in spinning barrels with an abrasive compound for weeks or months. This slowly rounds off the rough rock and corners – the stones are then cleaned, and placed with a less abrasive grit. This happens several times until the stones are placed into a barrel with a polishing compound for their final polish.