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Cat's Eye - Pendant


Cat's Eye - Pendant


Cat's Eye - Pendant


Elegant and stylish, this beautiful pendant can be described and then at a very soft price.




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Cat's eye is a quartz variety and resembles tigereye and falcon eyes. But the inclusions consist of amphibolite or serpentine asbestos, this gives the stone after the grinding the beautiful catooge effect with a color range of white, gray and green. The names of these quarters have been used since 1876. They are based on the characteristic color and the shimmering shine. Cat eyes, were considered the protectors of farmers and farmers and served as talisman. In ancient times cats were beloved gems, which were combined with diamonds. After the discovery of the large deposits in South Africa, the value quickly declined. The cat's eye is one of the "nine gems" in the Thai Order of the Nine Gemstones. The deposition of cat and falcon eyes in South Africa are world famous. The minerals have been extracted here since 1876 in the vicinity of Griaquatown, Orange River in the Door-massif. They form dozens of centimeters thick layers of solid layered rocks Jaspislei. Later, tigereye was also known in other states. Tiger eyes have also been found in Mexico and Western Australia, but here are the inclusions goethite or hematite and are called tiger iron. Recently, tiger eyes have also been found in China, India and Myanmar. With falcon eyes it is essentially about non-altered parts Riebeckite or crossiet. Deposits have been found in Sri Lanka, India, the US, Brazil and Germany (Fichtelgebirge).