Agate Tumblestones (Yellow)

Lovely yellow Agate tumblestones, in a smaller size – 10-20MM long approximately.

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Tumbled Yellow Agate

Lovely yellow Agate tumblestones, sold in a single size of approximately 10-20MM long. These are not an especially common or popular stone.

These stones range from a light to a darker yellow; in a range between clear and opaque. They make a nice display item in a bowl, or a vase, and are good contrast stones against something darker. Perhaps you could mix them in with orange and red stones for a gradation of colours? Carnelian would be perfect.

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!

1 review for Agate Tumblestones (Yellow)

  1. Richard

    I got a pair of these as my free gift for placing an order over £25. If I’m honest, I’m not absolutely sure what the “proper” use of tumblestones is.

    The pair of yellow agate tumblestones I got are almost exact replicas of the ones you see in the pictures. A rather attractive, semi-transparent mid yellow. They look just like boiled sweets (a mistake your friendly local dentist will be able to help you with).

    They’re also surprisingly warm – I don’t mean the colour, but the thermal properties. I’m a complete fidget and usually have a palmstone in my hand when I’m at the keyboard. My orange calcite palmstone has now been replaced by these tumblestones.

    I’m very pleased wit these.

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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.