Tiger's Eye

Also knows as the Stone of Power

Appears as a rich yellow and brown banded stone with a brilliant optical effect resembling a tiger’s eye

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Gemini, Leo and Capricorn

Solar Plexus, Root and Sacral Chakra stone

Believed to increase bravery, alleviate anxiety and deflect negative psychic energy 

Formed by parallel veins of crocidolite altered to iron oxides, then replaced by silica

Ancient Oriental cultures revered Tiger’s Eye as a powerful stone of protection, good fortune. Ancient Egyptians placed Tiger’s Eye as the eyes in statues

Eagle Eye Agate

Eagle Eye agate appears as a creamy yellow-brown-grey colored stone, with irregular shapes and bands forming the rare look of an eagle's eye

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Libra and Gemini

Crown Chakra stone

Believed to improve memory and concentration, enhance vision and creativity and protect against danger

The stones form in cooling volcanic lava, color variations
resulting from alternating silica composition, pH and other chemical properties
in groundwater at the time of crystallization.

Agates were used as amulets for healing and protection dating back to Neolithic times

Crazy Lace Agate

Also known as the Laughter Stone

Appears is a brightly colored banded chalcedony in creamy browns, greys, golds, blacks and occasionally reds swirled together

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association Pisces, Aries and Libra

Crown and 3rd Eye Chakra stone

Believed to be a balancing and protective stone, warding off the evil eye, bringing joy and absorbing emotional pain

A microcrystalline quartz infused with iron and aluminum that usually forms near surface groundwater interacting with silica-rich rocks, only found in northern Mexico in the state of Chihuahua, the stone was formed in the Cretaceous period, 65-90 million years ago, sometimes referred to as Mexican Agate

Crazy Lace Agate retains much of the tribal energies from ancient cultures still shrouded in mystery of what is now northern Mexico including pre-Columbian civilizations such as the Olmec, Maya, Zapotec, Toltec and Aztec which flourished nearly 4,000 years before first contact with Europeans

Botswana Agate

Also known as the Sunset Stone

Striped in different shades of pink, gray, apricot and brown

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Scorpio

Root Chakra stone

Believed to promote composure, inner stability and maturity

Connected with foundation of physical and spiritual energy

A very rare agate formed from lava waves overflowing lower agate stones creating layers of quartz and silica bands

Occurs in the Bobonong district of Botswana and is used in fertility ceremonies to welcome healthy children


Appears as tan brown and golden with flowered inclusions

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Taurus and Aquarius

Root Chakra stone

Believed to inspire, enliven, lift depression and increase friendliness

Formed millions of years ago by strata deposits of mud rich in organic materials that occurred on the sea floor, Chrysanthemum Stone is comprised of dolomite, gypsum laden clay or limestone and various mineral inclusions reminiscent of Chrysanthemum flowers

Called the Stone of Wealth and Honor by the Chinese people for centuries, Chrysanthemum Stone is the official stone symbolic of the Chinese imperial family