Ultra Elite Two Tone - Emperor's Fortune
This richly bold piece combines two amazing gemstones, Golden Pyrite and Red Tiger Iron. Earth's tectonic activities over 2 billion years is what forms Tiger Iron which is a combination of Hematite, Red Jasper and Golden Brown Tiger Eye. Tiger Iron is a great gemstone to use for creative solutions and ideas. Many musicians, artists, actors, and writers find Tiger Iron to be a perfect ally in their pursuits, but it is also helpful for any in the working world to come up with new ways of dealing with old problems. Tiger Iron will also amplify the characteristics of other gemstones which is why I decided to pair it with Golden Pyrite.
Pyrite was highly prized by the native Indian tribes of the Americas as a healing stone of magic, and was polished into mirrors for gazing and divination. Before the 1800’s, it was favored as a decorative stone, carved into rosettes, shoe buckles, rings, snuff boxes and other ornaments, and was extremely popular in England during the Victorian Age for its use in jewelry. Pyrite’s biggest use occurred during World War II when it was mined as a source of Sulfur for producing sulfuric acid used in industry.
Pyrite is a protective, shielding stone and is excellent to wear to deflect harm and danger. It is especially helpful when one is away from home or performing hazardous work. Pyrite also is know to guard against ongoing control, criticism and manipulation by a partner, parent or employer, lending the power to resist without becoming angry or upset.
For that subtle accent,this piece pairs with classic black or dark blue dress attire. While it may be somewhat overboard for a casual accent, I'll let you be the ultimate judge.
Handcrafted using high quality hand selected 12mm Golden Pyrite and Red Tiger Iron gemstones accented with .925 Sterling Silver, 22K Gold Vermeil and finished off with our large signature Aziza brand logo bead.
IMPORTANT: This is a custom handcrafted gemstone bracelet. Please measure your wrist before ordering. Click HERE to learn how to measure.