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21 Sets of Crystal Bookends You Will Drool Over

Kelly Jensen


Kelly is a former librarian and a long-time blogger at STACKED. She's the editor/author of (DON'T) CALL ME CRAZY: 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH and the editor/author of HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD. Her next book, BODY TALK, will publish in Fall 2020. Follow her on Instagram @heykellyjensen.

Crystals have been having their moment for the last few years in the broader culture. They’d been a huge part of centuries of spiritual and healing practices around the world, but they’ve more recently found their way into the mainstream in America. There’s no real easy place to point to this happening, though more and more people are finding themselves picking up various crystals for comfort, for healing, and their own spiritual journeys. For some, the love of crystals is purely aesthetic, too. Whatever the reason, it’s hard to resist the pull of wanting  a set or two of beautiful and unique crystal bookends for your shelves.

Find below 20 incredible sets of crystal bookends. It’s always worth double-checking the listings for crystal bookends if you’re in the market—some can be small, while others might be surprisingly big and take up more space than anticipated (though maybe that’s not necessarily a bad thing, since you can hold up more books). You’ll also want to decide between natural gems and polished gems—one will have raw edges and appear “imperfect,” while the other will be smoothed. Of course, “imperfect” here is simply because they haven’t been shaped by human hands.

One thing that’s certain is that any stone bookends will be nice and heavy.

Rockin’ Crystal Bookends

Flourite is one of my favorite stones as it can be either green or purple or some combination of both—two colors you rarely see together. This set of natural cut flourite bookends is stunning. $80.


Agate is a stone that’s easy to dye, which is something seen frequently in gemstone bookends. Here’s an example of pink agate bookends. $75.



These natural amethyst bookends are to die for. $95.


Find dyed grey agate paired with gorgeous clear quartz in this set of bookends. $75.


This set of natural agate bookends is so Earthy. $57.



This set of clear quartz bookends features a lovely gold edge. $102.



I’ve never heard of flowerstone before, but I love how unique it is! $119 for this set of bookends.


Swoon! How gorgeous are these purple lace agate bookends? $110.



This is a single polished labradorite stone. It’s massive and would make for a perfect piece for your shelf. $120.



This set of teal agate bookends with gold edges is stunning. $61.


These black agate bookends are absolutely striking. $58.



Drool over these septarian nodule bookends. So unique and eye-catching. $145.


One way to ensure an Earthy vibe for your bookshelf is with a set of petrified wood bookends. $220 for this huge pair.



The druizy is a super sparkly type of quartz, and this particular bookend is a stand alone and dyed to look like a rainbow. Your bookshelf would have hella bling with this. $39.



Selenite is considered a super powerful and healing crystal. Grab a set of mounted selenite bookends for $73.



This pair of blue sodalite bookends will jazz up any space. $116.



I’ve got such a weakness for these green agate bookends. $48.


Whoever splurges on these chevron amethyst bookends needs to share a photo when they’re on a shelf because WOW. $245.



A lovely set of orange agate bookends. $55.


It’s tempting to make a “What’s black and white and read all over” joke here for these gorgeous zebra jasper bookends. $245.



Last but not least, look at these mookaite bookends. These are unique and really appealing to the eye—artwork in and of themselves. $87.


Want more? You’ll love these geode and agate bookends, too.