Tiger Eye (585 items)
Welcome to Novica's Tiger Eye Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our captivating tiger's eye jewelry below:
Featured Reviews on Tiger Eye
Tiger eye beauty!
This a gorgeous piece. Im very pleased with the purchase and how well it was made by the artisan. Great job well done! My husband was very impressed with his gift as a Birthday present. Thank you
Exactly as Pictured!
Absolutely beautiful. I really didnt need more jewelry, but this caught my eye with all the beautiful colors. I am not disappointed, and already Ive had lots of compliments on it!
the flow of this unique piece is amazing- it is balanced in a way that keeps one looking at it- this artist uniquely seems able to capture the simplicity and complexity of nature that is reflected by this piece as well as here other jewelry - natural beauty in fantastic form that ebbs and flows as if it were alive
Anusara Handcrafted gemstone jewelry
"I feel love and pride for all of my artwork. I'm proud of my designs, proud of creating them, proud to wear them and proud to sell them."
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Popular Tiger Eye
Pearl and Carnelian Choker, "Sunshine River"
Opulent clusters of dyed cultured pearl, tiger's eye and carnelian come together in a design of pure luxury. Anusara creates a choker punctuated by yellow serpentine. Faceted beads add sparkle to the handcrafted necklace. The clasp is bathed in sterling silver.
.925 Sterling silver plated brass clasp
Hand Crafted Cotton Shambhala-style Tigers Eye Bracelet, "Oneness"
This bracelet glows with the beauty of tiger's eye, believed to bring good luck. Meaning "bliss" in Sanskrit, the Shambhala-style bracelet symbolizes tranquility, peace and happiness – the oneness of all according to the Buddhist faith. Rituu expertly knots the cotton bracelet by hand with macramé techniques.
Whatever the setting, tiger eye jewelry is perfect for any occasion. The golden brown stone possesses a unique characteristic called chatoyancy, that is, a changeable luster or color with an undulating narrow band of white light. It is not faceted, but polished to showcase this beautiful feature of the natural gem.
Believed to bring prosperity, tigers eye is perfect for people in need of more confidence to accomplish their goals. Roman soldiers wore it, engraved with symbols, to protect them during battle.
In addition to making citrine bracelets, Peruvian artist Magda loves to use unusual stones like tiger eye. It's mysterious qualities add to the depth of her lovely pieces.
Slightly difficult to find in Thailand, Lilly Rahmann also loves to use tiger's eye in her pieces. She generally uses this stone in her pearl necklaces which add a special touch. Lilly also creates unique drop earrings and jewelry sets.
Come and enjoy our amazing tigers eye jewelry collection!