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Each beautiful dream tigers eye + eagles eye bracelet set has been hand crafted from real semi precious gem stone crystals boasting elevating properties. Available with Gold, Silver, Rose Gold, Black and Gunmetal hardwares. 


(Stone sizes, finishes and exact hardware may vary)


Sizing information: An average Woman's bracelet will be 7 inches and average Man's will be sized to  8 inches. You may include the exact measurements for your wrist in the comments. If the wrong size is requested, we will be happy to exchange for the right size for a $15 fee + shipping both ways.


Dreams Of Tiger & Eagles : 2-3 Bracelet Set

$150.00 Regular Price
$125.00Sale Price
Color Hardware
  • Tiger's Eye has long been attributed to the true king of the jungle, the tiger, representing prosperity, strength and courage and has been used as a talisman since the early days of human civilization.

    Roman soldiers wore engraved Tiger's eye to protect them in battle, and it is still used as a protective stone. .

    Legend has it, Tiger's Eye is believed to assist in achieving clarity, aiding running a successful business.

    Tiger's Eye is the Planetary stone for Gemini May 21-Jun. 20 and the accepted gem for the 9th wedding anniversary.

    In the last seconds of its life, the prey of an attacking tiger is fixated on the dark spots on the back of the cat’s ears. Resembling two, intensely starring eyes, the prey is fixated, almost hypnotized by the intensity of this optical deception. Unable to break itself free from this spell, nature will take its turn.

    Holding up a Tiger’s Eye into the sunlight, the intensity of the reflecting golden rays, its luminosity pulls in its viewers with a similar magnitude as its animal eponym. Gleaming like a cat’s eye, the stone came to its name, Tiger’s Eye.

    Scientifically, this so-called ‘eye-effect’ is found predominantly in metamorphic rocks including silica crystals, which enable these rocks to reflect light. Often formed in brilliant bands, holding up metamorphic rocks against the sun, these bands seem to move when you look at them, comparable to the way the horizon starts flicker on a hot day in a desert. -

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