Moonstone is everywhere right now, in case you haven’t noticed. It was very popular in western culture once before, about 100 years ago in the time of the Art Nouveau. Moonstone has long been regarded as a holy, magical gemstone in India and as a symbol of fertility in Arab cultures. In ancient times it was said to protect travelers, especially at night and on the water during a full moon. It is also known as a lovers stone because it strengthens our intuition and our capacity to understand. We’ve curated some of our favorite moonstone pieces for you in a variety of price points.