$98.00
198 gm PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble Stone Fossilized from Australia #PW26
198 gm PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble Stone Fossilized from Australia #PW26 198 gm PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble Stone Fossilized from Australia #PW26
You are buying the Grade AA Australian PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble that is pictured.

Size: Jumbo = 3.1" length x 1.9" height x 1.8" depth
Weight: 198 gm ( 7 oz )
This stone has an organic, thick shape and would be ideal for display or centering in a large grid. It

Spectacular, bold and beautiful! This is a very large chunk that has been gently shaped and hand polished so it feels smooth and cool in the hand. Peanut Wood is a fossilized stone from Australia. It has a dark brown color that is patterned with lighter and darker dots and swirls in an endless variety of beautiful designs.

Peanut Wood is an excellent stone for honoring ancestors and communicating with those who have "crossed over." It brings a deep appreciation for all that has gone before and the wisdom handed down over generations. I especially connect it with my grandmother whose weathered hands looked a little bit like peanut wood. She taught me gardening and a love of the Earth so I keep one of these stones by her picture on my altar.

198 gm PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble Stone Fossilized from Australia #PW26

$98.00
$98.00
You are buying the Grade AA Australian PEANUT WOOD Polished Pebble that is pictured.

Size: Jumbo = 3.1" length x 1.9" height x 1.8" depth
Weight: 198 gm ( 7 oz )
This stone has an organic, thick shape and would be ideal for display or centering in a large grid. It

Spectacular, bold and beautiful! This is a very large chunk that has been gently shaped and hand polished so it feels smooth and cool in the hand. Peanut Wood is a fossilized stone from Australia. It has a dark brown color that is patterned with lighter and darker dots and swirls in an endless variety of beautiful designs.

Peanut Wood is an excellent stone for honoring ancestors and communicating with those who have "crossed over." It brings a deep appreciation for all that has gone before and the wisdom handed down over generations. I especially connect it with my grandmother whose weathered hands looked a little bit like peanut wood. She taught me gardening and a love of the Earth so I keep one of these stones by her picture on my altar.
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