Fairy Tumblestone Plus

$ 21.95

The fairy stones of Northern Canada were discovered by the Algonquin Indians when they came upon Canada’s second longest river during a hunting expedition. Looking strangely like biscuits, they named the river Harricana, which means “river of the biscuits“, in the Algonquin language. The stones soon adopted the name “fairy stones” as they proved over and over to be a lucky charm for all those who own one.

Lovers offer these beautiful stones to their loved ones. These unique stones occupy a place of honor in homes and according to the legend, these special stones assure protection against the bad spirits. They are also believed to bring good health and prosperity to the occupants of the premise.

Large stone measuring 1 1/4″ to 2″ Each stone is different and unique. Andrew will choose the right one for you! We include a color coordinated pouch, cleansing/caring instructions, methods for use and metaphysical properties.

Description

The fairy stones of Northern Canada were discovered by the Algonquin Indians when they came upon Canada’s second longest river during a hunting expedition. Looking strangely like biscuits, they named the river Harricana, which means “river of the biscuits“, in the Algonquin language. The stones soon adopted the name “fairy stones” as they proved over and over to be a lucky charm for all those who own one.

Lovers offer these beautiful stones to their loved ones. These unique stones occupy a place of honor in homes and according to the legend, these special stones assure protection against the bad spirits. They are also believed to bring good health and prosperity to the occupants of the premise.

Large stone measuring 1 1/4″ to 2″. Each stone is different and unique. Andrew will choose the right one for you! We include a color coordinated pouch, cleansing/caring instructions, methods for use and metaphysical properties.