The beautiful luminescence of the moonstone can captivate us with its reflective and pearly sheen. This stunning crystal has a rich and diverse history that has touched many cultures along the way. Moonstone was associated with love, romance, fertility, beauty, and abundance. Both the ancient Romans and Greeks believed moonstone linked with their lunar deities and that it was born out of the solidified rays of the moon. In India it has been considered a sacred stone that held a special significance between lovers or those just starting their journey together through marriage. As a stone of love and lovers, moonstone has been used in jewelry for centuries, including ancient civilizations. It regained popularity during the Art Nouveau period because of a French master goldsmith….