Tiger's Eye Necklaces & Pendants

Adorn your neck with Tiger’s Eye Necklaces. This golden brown gemstone is often called the “Shape-shifter”, due to its irresistible colour-changing effect. If light hits it, its luminous streaks of gold and brown twist and twirl, like the eye of a tiger. Legend says Tiger Eyes Crystals boost courage and self-confidence, preparing you to take fearless leaps of faith into the future.

  • Close up photo of a beautiful brown tiger eye stone with natural stripes.

    Zaria Dark Tiger Eye Choker

    289 kr

    Edgy  Tiger Eye Choker with a double point polished stone in dark, dramatic gunmetal-coloured setting and chain. Made to rest on your collarbone, adjustment chain at the back to a length that suits your neck. Nickel Free. 

    Handcrafted with love, differences may occur.


    Nickel Free.



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  • Hestia Large Tiger Eye Necklace

    249 kr

    More is more! Add a something extra to your outfit with this large Tiger Eye necklace.


    Beautiful large Tiger Eye pendant with a small crescent moon on the top and adorned with Labradorite stone. Dark gunmetal coloured settings.



    Handcrafted with love, differences may occur. Nickel Free.



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    Tiger Eye Stainless Steel Necklace

    159 kr

    Clean classic Stainless Steel necklace with golden brown Tiger Eye pendant. Great for everyday wear.

    • Durable and sturdy, can be worn with ease
    • Does not rust or tarnish, will not colour your skin green
    • Maintenance-Free, no polishing required
    • Allergen friendly, kind to most skin types, sensitive skin? read here


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Crystal Knowledge Tiger’s Eye:


Tiger’s Eye* is a semi-precious, colour-changing golden brown gemstone in the quartz family with a remarkable and constantly shifting light effect called chatoyancy (cat’s-eye). A striking sandwich effect of luminous streaks within the stone made up of varying different coloured parallel layers of quartz crystals, amphibole– and limonite fibres. This cat’s-eye effect is most visible in polished stones when moved back and forth. The stone mainly gets its colour due to iron oxide.  

Gemstones with this remarkable optical cat’s eye effect include Beryl, Hawk’s Eye, Labradorite, Moonstone, Selenite and Tiger’s Eye.


Tiger’s Eye’s natural colouring ranges from dark chocolate brown to golden red-brown to orange and yellow with a silky lustre.


The optical effect chatoyancy originates from the French “œil de chat”, meaning cat’s eye/eye of the cat.


Tiger’s eye was introduced to Europe by the French explorer and ornithologist Francois Levaillant in 1784. In the same era, Tiger’s Eye pebbles were collected and described by German naturalist Martin Hinrich Lichtenstein in 1796 with the following words: “I also saw one extraordinary stone, to which I cannot yet give a name. It is as large as a nutmeg, has a varying splendour like the opal or cat’s eye, but is of a browner hue, with a gold-coloured belt. It strikes fire with steel”

How to tell if a crystal is real:

Tiger’s Eye replicas made of glass are common, look for imperfections to identify that you are buying a natural gemstone. The chatoyancy (cat’s-eye) effect is also a cue to identify a real or fake Tiger’s Eye gemstone. Natural Tiger’s Eye stone has shifting layers, with different size and colouring within the stone – synthetic stone replicas has regular reoccurring straight layers.

Good to know:

Tiger’s eye comes with many different spellings, with or without the hyphen – Tiger’s Eye, or Tigers Eye, some write it in singular Tiger Eye, others Tigers Eye. In the best-selling book Gemstones of the World by Walter Schumann, it’s written like “tiger’s-eye”.

*We use the spelling Tiger’s Eye when describing this golden brown stone.


Tiger’s Eye is not a traditional birthstone.

Zodiac Crystal:

Tiger’s Eye is not a traditional zodiac stone.