Tiger Iron Mini Egg
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Tiger Iron is an ironstone rock made up of bands of hematite, jasper and/ or quartz and, of course, tiger eye.
Tiger Iron protects against danger and enables one to see the truth beneath the surface. It is also used in creative endeavors and brings confidence, willpower and motivation.
Carved eggs and spheres are popular items in home décor. There are also gaining popularity as items that are being used for meditation. They are nice to hold and feel, and are quickly becoming very collectible.
The collector's passion for eggs from different material, from undecorated gemstone eggs to large egg creations, has lasted until the present day, and there are still many egg collectors and admirers in the various cultures of our world.
The egg symbolizes fertility. The egg shape symbolizes the first step that we must complete in order to achieve the realization of our goals and dreams. It also symbolizes things that have no beginning and no end. In meditation, one should hold the egg in your hand. Many believe they have a have a special, comforting feeling. Collectors sometimes collect individual eggs, and sometimes collect large egg collections in “nests” or baskets.
This gorgeous gemstone mini egg is a beautiful addition to any home; whether for yourself or a gift for a loved one.
- Dimensions: 30 mm x 22 mm x 22 mm.
- Genuine gemstone.
- This item includes an information card about the gemstone.
- A certificate of authenticity is included with this item.
- A plastic display stand is included with this item.
This gemstone requires special care - exposure to water and other chemicals, such as cleaning products or aerosols, will damage it over time. If you polish the gemstone, use a dry cloth only, or an air duster that does not contain any disinfectant or other chemicals.
*This is a natural mineral specimen, and no two are exactly the same. Please note that the item you receive may have slight variations from the one photographed. The third image is to show possible variations.