Chinese Birthstone Tigers Eye - Year Of The Monkey
The Chinese birthstone tigers eye is associated with the year of the Monkey. The tiger's eye is usually a formed
from a metamorphic rock that is golden to brown in color and has a highly polished look giving it a silky luster.
The stones may be heat treated to give a better color.
We hope these suggestions will help you...
Chinese Birthstone Tigers Eye Pendants
Tiger's eyes make good pendants and are available with gold or silver settings. Find something a little
different, maybe the setting has a particular design on it.
Tiger's Eye Pendant Bag Jewel
There are pendants specially designed to go on handbag zips. Some are available with either a single tiger's eye
or with several dangling from chains. Choose one to suit the bag the person carries.
Tiger's Eye Watch
There are watches available that have tiger's eye gemstones forming the bracelet of the watch. All the stones
are different and therefore each watch is unique.
Tiger's Eye Keyring
Find a keyring with a tiger's eye. Either encased so that the stone is loose in its setting or set so that you
are able to hold the polished stone.
Tiger's eye rings are available for either men or women and vary in size. Find the gemstones that have plenty of
stripes and are a good color.
The Year Of The Monkey
Monkeys are intelligent and perform well in the work they do. Monkeys are fast learners and adapt easily to
situations. They are witty and people are drawn to them, making them social-able and easy to talk to. Many people
however mistrust the Monkey because of its sometimes sly, restless and inquisitive behavior. They love to stir and
when found out they pass it off as a huge joke.
The Monkey will show many of these characteristics: clever, curious, good-humored, imaginative, ingenious,
persuasive, resourceful, responsible, versatile and witty. On the negative side they are mischievousness, restless,
sly, superficial, unsympathetic and untruthful.
Ideal jobs for the Monkey are, accountant, actor, air traffic controller, banker, courier, dealer, editor,
engineer, film director, jeweler, journalist, scientist, sales representative, stock market trader and writer.
People born in the Chinese year of the Monkey are Bob Marley, Celine Dion, Charles Dickens, Christina Aguilera,
Elizabeth Taylor, Halle Berry, James Stewart, Joan Crawford, Julius Caesar, Leonardo Da Vinci, Mick Jagger, Tom
Hanks and Will Smith.
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