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Tigers Eye bead strands (Golden)£2.55 – £2.95
Tigers Eye Bracelets (Golden)£1.65 – £3.00
Tigers Eye Cabochons (Golden)£0.35 – £5.95
Tigers Eye Cabochons (Golden) (Freeform)£3.95
Tigers Eye crystal chips in a bottle (Golden)£1.25
Tigers Eye Palmstones (Golden)£3.45
Tigers Eye Pendants (Golden)£1.95 – £7.95
Tigers Eye Tumblestones (Golden)£0.85 – £1.95
Information about Golden Tigers Eye
Golden Tigers Eye is a chatoyant gemstone – a type of metamorphic rock characterised by a golden brown colour – although Tigers Eye also occurs in a red/brown colour, and even a blue colour.
The contrasting bands of colour and silky lustre make a beautiful and comforting pattern which reminds me of wide, sunny deserts. It is mainly used for jewellery-making and ornamentation.
Tigers Eye is actually formed from a mineral called Crocidolite, which pseudomorphs into Quartz over time. As the blue Crocidolite is replaced, traces of Iron remain – the less Iron remains, the bluer the stone. The more iron, the closer to the the common golden colour.
Crocidolite is actually a form of Asbestos, but don’t worry – Tigers Eye is a pseudomorph and is perfectly safe to handle – the asbestos has been replaced with Quartz. Anyone wishing to work with the stone in a lapidary workshop should obviously take all the proper precautions.
Spirituality and Crystal Healing with Golden Tigers Eye
Since ancient times the stone was believed to ward off the evil eye. In fact, it was the stone of choice for the Egyptians to decorate the eyes of their deity statues as it was thought to express divine vision and the protection of the sun and earth combined.
It is a powerful aid for amplifying the sensory gifts – including clairvoyance, divination and premonitions, especially when placed on the Third Eye.