24 Aug 2016

cats eye stone
The above-question has been asked to us numerous time by people who want to wear the cat’s eye stone. They want to know why, unlike other stones, they can’t directly wear this stone. Why it is regarded being one the most controversial stone in the history of gemstones? So, in this post we would effort to include all above-mentioned questions and worries of gem lovers. Cat’s eye stone b...

21 Jul 2016

Cat's Eye Gemstone Rings
A natural cat’s eye stone appears dull and colorless because they are mined from old rocks or dense forest. The size of natural or real Cherysoberyl is extremely large which need to be subsidized in order to use it for wearing purpose. Originally, the cat’s eye stone is discovered from mines of India, Sri Lanka, Africa, Australia and Tanzania. The excavated stones are big and dull in ap...

22 Jun 2016

Natural Cat's Eye Gemstone 5.4 Carats
“As long as the earth revolves around the sun, every day is auspicious and every moment is sacred" – APJ Abdul Kalam Cosmic Science believes that even a small particle of the earth has the capability of absorbing the energy from the cosmos. When it comes to the gemstones our astrologers and scholar have researched that these gemstones obtain immense divine energies emitted by the differ...

15 Dec 2015

cats eye gemstone
The metaphysical and healing properties of cat’s eye gemstone have fascinated human being from the inception of human kind. The reason why people draw toward this stone is due to its distinct color and its metaphysical and healing properties by the reason of its association with the planet Ketu. Basically, the Ketu signifies spirituality, wisdom, good health and financial security that ...

04 Dec 2015

cats eye gemstone
Chrysoberyl BeAl2O4 is a beryllium aluminium oxide mineral that resemblance like the cat’s eye. The Chrysoberyl mineral composed stone is termed as cats eye stone which constituted of Chatoyant mineral. The cat’s eye gemstone (also known as Lehsunia in Hindi) is an opaque stone. By the term opaque we mean that a stone which does approve sunlight to pass through it. The appearance of the...

25 Nov 2015

Chatoyancy basically occurs in those stones that possess the large number of parallel thin inclusions inside the stone also termed as "Silk". The wave of light when struck these parallel inclusion forms a band of light underneath the stone surface. The band of light will generally appear at right angles to the length of alongside inclusions. These inclusions are aligned toward the cryst...