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Strong and Fierce: A Tiger's Eye Necklace

On the prowl for a new necklace? Why not give tiger eye a try? It’s a neutral blend of gold-tones and browns, so it'll act as the perfect accent with gold bracelets, gold rings or gold earrings.

We know you want one, but you're probably wondering what tiger eye is and where it comes from. Don’t worry, it's not an eye from a tiger. It's actually a 'pseudomorph' of quartz. A 'pseudomorph' is what geologists refer to as any mineral that transforms into another mineral. In the case of tiger eye, it begins as crocidolite, and later transforms into quartz. Pretty cool, right?

This unique stone is found in many locations around the world, but mostly in Thailand and South Africa. It is distinguished by its golden brownish color, chatoyancy (reflected streak) and silicon dioxide composition. Another form of tiger eye, known as "Tiger iron," is a rock composed mostly of tiger's eye, red jasper and black hematite.

Tiger eye was used in ancient times by warriors and soldiers for protection. Many who wear it today believe that is aids in physical strength and helps protect against negative energy.

Take some time to wander through our jungle of tiger eye until you see something you want to pounce on!