Tiger's Eye Convertible Necklace
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Wear this beautiful necklace long or short thanks to the hammered 22-kt gold vermeil toggle clasp. A large round tiger's eye is paired with a faceted citrine, suspended by yellow opals with black rhodium and 14-kt gold-filled accents. 38 inches.
Tiger’s Eye is the stone of Focus, like the stalking tiger. It fuels courage, self confidence and strength of will. Attached to the solar plexus chakra a.k.a the Power Chakra the vibration of 'the will’ is strong within tiger’s eye. The unique characteristic of Tiger’s Eye is called chatoyancy and is caused by reflections of light within its crystal structure. This produces the beautiful and distinct bands of golden light in the stone. It’s a powerful stone that aids harmony and balancing emotions and the brain while enhancing creativity and helping to release fear and anxiety. It stimulates taking action and helps to make decisions with discernment and understanding while unclouded by emotions.
Citrine: The stone of happiness and sunshine! Derived from the Latin word for citrus, citrines are said to carry the power of the sun; thus, crystal therapists use them to this day for helping overcome depression, fears and phobias. Citrine’s sister stone is amethyst, and when heat-treated an amethyst will transform into a citrine. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy and clears negative energy of other stones, spaces and people. It is the birthstone for November.
Opal is known for an impressive array of flashing colors. Meaning “stone of value” in Sanskrit, the word opal is derived from the same root as the Greek “opallios” or “color change”. While there are many different kinds of opals from all over the world, opals are commonly mined in Australia. An Australian aboriginal legend tells that The Creator came down to earth on a rainbow to deliver a message of peace to all humans. On the exact spot where he landed, the rocks became alive with all the colors of the rainbow and opals were born. Opal acts as a prism within the aura, bringing a full spectrum of Light energy to the system, soothing and clearing the emotional body, and boosting the will to live and the joy of one’s earthly existence. It promotes optimism, enthusiasm and creativity, and allows for the release of inhibitions inspiring love and passion. Uniquely, opals always contain water- usually between 2% and 6%. Therefore, opal jewelry should be worn as much as possible to assure that the gemstone receives enough moisture from the environment. Without it, the opal’s color will pale. Opal is the birthstone for October.