Tigers Eye Shibori Cuff

01 Cuff bracelet jewellery jewelry bead embroidery beaded Tiger's Eye gemstone cabochon beads glass crystals Swarovski gold brown bugle beads seed beads silk Shibori Czech brassTiger’s Eye and Shibori silk beaded cuff. Gorgeous big genuine Tiger’s Eye gemstone cabochon which shimmers different colours of brown and gold as it catches the light. With Tiger’s Eye beads and chips, bugle beads, Swarovski crystals, metallic seed beads, glass beads, Czech fire polished crystals and gorgeous Shibori silk from Russia. Cuff has a brass cuff inside to give it strength, stability and makes it adjustable. Cuff is backed with ultra suede.

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DID YOU KNOW?
Zodiac: Leo Birthstone: August02 Cuff bracelet jewellery jewelry bead embroidery beaded Tiger's Eye gemstone cabochon beads glass crystals Swarovski gold brown bugle beads seed beads silk Shibori Czech brass

Tiger Eye is a chatoyant gemstone and a member of the Quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hexagonal crystal system. Its name refers to its resemblance to a tiger eye. Because of the brown, earthen, colour of the stone and its ability to shimmer, Roman soldiers looked at the stone as a combination of the Earth and the Sun. Fusing these two together in one stone, they looked at it as a stone that would make soldiers braver in battle. As it looked like an eye, they believed it made soldiers all seeing.

03 Cuff bracelet jewellery jewelry bead embroidery beaded Tiger's Eye gemstone cabochon beads glass crystals Swarovski gold brown bugle beads seed beads silk Shibori Czech brassAncient Egyptians, also believing it had connections to the sun, believed it provided the wearer with luck and protection. They would use it in adornments made for the dead, to help protect them on their journey to the afterlife.
In Ceylon, it was used in charms to ward off evil spirits. They also used it in abundance spells and rituals, believing it would bring helpful people and material gain to its wearer.

Tiger’s Eye is a protective stone that was traditionally carried as a talisman against ill wishing and curses. It shows the correct use of power and brings out integrity.04 Cuff bracelet jewellery jewelry bead embroidery beaded Tiger's Eye gemstone cabochon beads glass crystals Swarovski gold brown bugle beads seed beads silk Shibori Czech brass

This stone is useful for recognizing both your needs and those of other people. It differentiates between wishful thinking and what you want and what you really need. It is helpful for resolving dilemmas and internal conflicts, especially those bought about by pride and wilfulness. Tiger’s Eye offers protection to reflect back any malice or threats from others without you absorbing any of the negativity.

05 Cuff bracelet jewellery jewelry bead embroidery beaded Tiger's Eye gemstone cabochon beads glass crystals Swarovski gold brown bugle beads seed beads silk Shibori Czech brassPsychologically, Tiger’s Eye heals issues of self-worth, self-criticism, and blocked creativity. It aids in recognizing one’s own talents and abilities and, conversely, faults that need to be overcome. It supports an addictive personality in making changes. To know whether a person or offer is reliable; hold a Tiger’s Eye and trust your feelings.

Tiger’s Eye is reputed to help ease stomach and gallbladder problems and to increase energy levels and strength and restore balance to the body. Tiger’s Eye anchors change into the physical body and increases willpower and emotional stability to make health-improving regimes more likely to succeed.07

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