Rare Irgizite Tektite & Tigers Eye Silver Pendant Necklace

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This artisan made Silver Irgizite & Tigers Eye Pendant is one of a kind. Rare Irgizite tektites are strange and unusual because unlike all other tektites they look like taffy and are often found with very tiny "droplets" on their surface. A FREE .925 Silver Women's Necklace included with the sale.

  • Pendant Size: 1 9/16" x 5/16" x 5/16"
  • Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
  • Stones: Natural Irgizite Tektite, Tigers Eye Bead
  • Chakras: All, Root (1st), Sacral (2nd), Solar Plexus (3rd)
  • Energies: Psychic Sensitivity, Protection, Grounding, Spiritual Evolution, Balancing Energy, Discernment, Strength,

Metaphysical Properties

Irgizite tektite's energy is both grounding and protective. As a natural form of glass created from a meteorite Irgizite tektites are helpful in completing duties, tasks, and providing a sense of "knowing" in regards to higher learning and spirituality. Tektites have been used for aligning the energy centers of the physical body as well as aiding to balance the nervous system.

Tigers Eye embodies the energies of the Sun and the Earth. This stone elegantly combines the energetic aspects of "sharpness" with "grounding" in one stone that would be good for those seeking clarity. Tigers Eye can also be used to gently attune the third eye while enhancing psychic abilities. In her book Love Is In The Earth author Melody writes "It also contains a solar energy which helps with those psychic processes which involve the solar plexus chakra - promoting the intuitive, intellectual impressions which are based upon both the intuition and the intellectual reasoning process." It also aids in balancing the yin - yang energy.

About Irgizite Tektites

Irgizite is a rare black tektite usually identified by its strange twisted ribbons and glossy ropes of black glass shapes. Irgizite tektites were created during an asteroid impact which occurred approximately 900,000 years ago. They are found in Kazahkstan's Zhamanshin meteor crater located in a remote south east area of Kazahstan near the village of Irgiz. Most of these unusual tektites are very small compared to other kinds of tektites like Libyan Desert Glass.