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Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)

Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)

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Tiger Iron is a combination of Gold Tiger Eye, Hematite, and Red Jasper. Its name refers to the composition of the stone, Tiger Eye and Hematite, which is a stone rich in iron. These minerals creatr contrasting bands of colour that are truly unique. From Australia. Mohs: 7. 10mm Approx. 20 on 8...
Size
10mm

Shape
Round

Color
Brown

Product Type
Bead

Finish
Matte

Material
Stone

Stone Type
Tiger Iron

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Description

Tiger Iron is a combination of Gold Tiger Eye, Hematite, and Red Jasper. Its name refers to the composition of the stone, Tiger Eye and Hematite, which is a stone rich in iron. These minerals creatr contrasting bands of colour that are truly unique. From Australia. Mohs: 7.

10mm Approx. 20 on 8 inch (20.32 cm) strand. (strand)

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Stone Beads - 10mm Round - Matte Tiger Iron (strand)


Found in many places around the world, including Canada, the USA, South Africa, Namibia, India, and Burma. Tigereye, Tiger Eye, or Tiger's Eye is a chatoyant gemstone - that distinctive "shimmery" effect - and is member of the quartz family.

Tigereye has a long history of use as a gemstone, adornment and good luck and protective charm.

It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale.

Metaphysically - it is said to bring energy, vibrancy and vitality, enhances self-integrity and is grounding. Use it for insight, and to bring good luck and protection. Tigereye is a stone for the mind, and is excellent for spiritual advancement and to use in meditation.

Tiger eye is a "chatoyant" stone - which means that it has inclusions of fibrous crystals which give it a silky lustre. The inclusions run parallel in a specific direction, so the stone appears to shimmer slightly as you move it around.