Tiger Iron Gemstone Toadstool Mushroom Carving - Mini Shroom!

You will receive one Mini Toadstool measuring approximately 0.75" tall, with a cap that is approximately 0.5" wide. Hand-carved mushroom shape varies slightly from shroom to shroom. Specimens are natural materials and stones may feature internal fractures, dips, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone. 

Mini Toadstool Mushroom

These adorable miniature mushrooms make a whimsical addition to any collection. Small enough to be easily fit into most cage pendants, they can also be wire-wrapped to create charms for bracelets or necklaces.

Their shape is a small reminder that life goes on, no matter the circumstances or surroundings, and that growth can happen where you least expect it. Symbols of resilience, resourcefulness, and a personal relationship with the unknown, they are both cute and full of meaning.

Metaphysical Properties, Uses, and Meaning of Tiger Iron

Tiger Iron (also called Mugglestone) is a beautiful stone that invigorates your 3 bodies and awakens the inner warrior. If you are in need of courage, victory or stamina this is a tremendous gemstone to work with. Tiger iron promotes healthy and long-lasting changes in your life that move you towards enlightenment or goals of evolution. It is a powerful stone which helps you to overcome your obstacles in life and forge a new path for your happiness. The stone is also a creative resource for artists and strikes deep, emotional veins from within you. It will help you to make wise decisions in your personal life, help make you a leader among others, and give you the energy and grace to achieve success. It provides a range of protective energies for your senses, Chakras and aura; keeping you from being unjustly influenced. The stone is highly active and touches your supernatural gifts.

Tiger iron is also known as Mugglestone, as South African Tiger Iron can be found in the Mugglestein Priska District. It is a variant of Tiger eye which exhibits distinct and strong Hematite inclusion, sometimes with intergrowth of Red Jasper and Tiger Jasper. It can feature hues of brown, tan, red and silver-grey. Some specimens may be far richer in hematite with just a little tiger eye, Tiger Jasper, or red jasper while others may be mostly red jasper or mostly tiger eye. The contents and saturation levels of each specimen will be different based on its growth pattern.



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