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Cat’s Eye gets its unique look due to the presence of fibrous mineral inclusions. The fibers in a Cat’s Eye form tubes that are parallel to one another deep within the quartz stone. These fibers are not that pronounced when in a square or rectangular form, however when in a sphere or oval shape, the fibers are more pronounced and extremely fascinating to look at.
The Cat’s Eye comes in many different colors such as gray, grayish green, yellow, red, blue, brown, black and white. The luster of the Cat’s Eye gives it a chatoyant or vitreous look and it is usually opaque or translucent in transparency. The Cat’s Eye is pretty hard; measuring 7 on the Moh’s scale and the fracture should be noted as conchoidal. The Cat’s Eye is usually rounded, oval or spherish, and quite attractive on many types of ornamental jewelry.
 Many people like Cat’s Eye because of its mystical qualities that are said to help the intellect, to foster wisdom and its connotation with a cat, meaning crafty or sly. If you are looking for a unique and interesting piece of ornamental jewelry, definitely consider the Cat’s Eye.
Cat's Eye describes a gemstone polished into a cabochon that displays a narrow band of concentrated light going accross the width of the stone. This effect, known as chatoyancy, or cat's eye effect, is caused by inclusions of fine, slender parallel mineral fibers in the gemstone that reflect light in a single band. Of all the gemstones that exhibit cat's eye, Chrysoberyl Cat's Eye is the best known. Chrysoberyl has the strongest and most distinct cat's eye effect of all gemstones. Though several different gemstones types exhibit a cat's eye effect, only Chrysoberyl's cat's eye enjoys the privilege of having the name "Cat's Eye" without any prefix. Whenever the term "Cat's Eye" is used, it refers to Chrysoberyl cat's eye by default, unless otherwise specified.
Translucent multi-colored stones that look like cat's eyes, they are often confused with quartz tiger's eye. It is most often referred to by the French as "oeil de chat". Chrysoberl crystals are famous for increasing personal power and deepening spirituality. They help to increase generosity and charitable behavior. This stone promotes forgiveness and offers peace of mind to those who where it. Chrysoberyl can initiate intuition and spark awareness.
 Amplifies other gems energies. Some are irradiated to turn green. Trust your feeling with each stone.