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Tigers Eye Earrings


Welcome to our tigers eye earrings page.

Tigers eye is a very unusual gemstone with a strange golden shimmer that is always ready to impress, so here you can view our ranges of tigers eye earrings.

We offer free delivery on all orders, and also a gift wrapping service if you would like to make your present look impressive.

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Sundari Oval earrings Tigers Eye MORE INFO...
Sundari Oval earrings Tigers Eye
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Sundari Earrings Tigers Eye
Sundari Earrings  Red Tigers Eye MORE INFO...
Sundari Earrings Red Tigers Eye
Sundari Earrings Tigers Eye MORE INFO...
Sundari Earrings Tigers Eye
Sundari Stud earrings Tigers Eye MORE INFO...
Sundari Stud earrings Tigers Eye
Sundari Large stud earrings Tigers Eye MORE INFO...
Sundari Large stud earrings Tigers Eye

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If there is one thing that we at Sundari are renowned for it is our extensive range of gemstone earrings. We are currently stocking many different types of earrings in various stones such as amethyst, garnet, and amethyst which are some our most popular gems.

Earrings come in many different attachment types such as clip-on, standard hook, and also stud. Clip-on’s are preferred by people who would rather not pierce their ears, or maybe find that the weight of the gemstone, or metal in the earrings are too heavy to be worn comfortably. We do our best to provide a range of clip-on, stud, and hook earrings in various weights, and sizes so we can have something for everyone.

As well as the range of gemstones our earrings also come in various collections as well. These include Celtic, Unique, Wedding, and Vintage, which we hope give a wide choice for you when making your selection.

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More about the Tigers Eye gemstone


Tiger's eye is a yellow-brown, semiprecious chatoyant gemstone consisting of quartz with parallel veins of silicified altered crocidolite.

It is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock that is yellow- to red-brown, with a silky lustre. A member of the quartz group, it is a classic example of pseudomorphous replacement by silica of fibrous crocidolite (blue asbestos). An incompletely solidified blue variant is called Hawk's eye.

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