Red tiger eye is a variety of tiger eye stone that exhibits a reddish-brown hue due to the presence of iron oxide.
- It is a form of chalcedony mineral, which is a type of quartz. Other minerals present in red tiger eye include silica, hematite, and goethite.
- Red tiger eye is formed through the alteration of the original fibrous crocidolite mineral, which is replaced by quartz and iron oxide over time.
- The stone can be found in various regions of the world, including South Africa, India, Australia, and the United States.
Wearing a bracelet made from red tiger eye stone can serve as a reminder to stay focused on one's goals, boost energy and motivation, and provide a sense of stability and security.