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Tanzanite,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information
Tanzanite A variety of Zoisite usually heat treated
Silicate 6
Yellow, green, white, blue
Purple is heat treated
Tanzania
Rare
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Virtually all Tanzanite is heat treated
Tanzanite is a variety of zoisite, which is a member of the Epidote group, it is frequently heat treated to remove any brown patches and enhance colour.
The blue variety of Zoisite, which was discovered in 1967, is called Tanzanite.


Tektite,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information
Tektite
Igneous Rock 5
Black, green, grey, tan
Eastern Europe; Thailand and southeast Asia; Australia and Georgia, USA.
Good luck, power, magic
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Turquenite,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Turqurenite Dyed Howlite
Borate 3.5
Blue
California, Nova Scotia, Canada, Mexico, Turkey
Common
Notes
A Howlite stone that has been dyed Blue to represent turquoise.
Thulite,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Thulite Pink variety of Zoisite
Silicate 6.5
Pink, rose, white, red, grey
Norway, USA
Specialist stores
Suitable to cleanse in water
Common
Notes
Thulite is a variety of manganese Zoisite and Epidote. It is easy to see the difference. Zoisite is pink with higher gloss than the darker red Epidote.
Tiger Iron,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Tiger Iron Also known as Mugglestone
Composed of golden tigers eye, red jasper and hematite.
Silicate 7
Black gold with red stripes
Australia, UK, Mexico, Brazil, Lake superior region
Millions of years old but only recently come on to the market
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Tiger Iron, found in Western Australia and South Africa, is composed of Tiger Eye, Red Jasper and Hematite.
Tigers Eye,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Tigers Eye also known as Pietersite
Quartz 7
Golden brown
Arizona, Namibia, South Africa
Common
Lucky, protection stone
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Alternate names; Falcon's eye, red tiger eye, red tigers eye, falcon eye, falcons eye
Tigers Eye Blue,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Tigers Eye Blue Also known as Hawks eye usually heat treated
Quartz 7
Blue
South Africa
Common
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Hawk's Eye is the blue form of Tiger Eye

Tigers Eye Red,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information

Tigers Eye Red Also known as Red falcon’s eye
Quartz 7
Red and black bands
Common
Lucky protection stone
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes


Tigers eye gold,  Tumbled stones, tumblestone meanings, A-Z tumbled stones, healing properties of tumbled stones, magickal healing properties of tumbled stones, tumbled stone information
Tigers Eye Gold
Quartz 7
Gold
South Africa
Common
Lucky protection stone
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Topaz Usually heat treated
Silicates 8
Blue, golden, pink
Africa, Australia, Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico, Myanmar, USA
Specialist stores
Blue topaz is mostly heat treated from colourless topaz and sometimes confused with Aquamarine
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes


Topaz imperial
Silicates 8
Orange-yellow to orange-brown
Money, love, power, protection stone
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
Imperial topaz is the most valuable of all Topaz

Tourmaline Schorl
Silicates 7
Black, brown, green, pink, red, yellow, blue, watermelon, blue-green, purple is rare
Brazil, India, Pakistan
State gemstone of Maine
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
Tourmaline is a shamanic stone that brings protection during rituals and was traditionally used to point to the culprit in times of trouble. It is believed that it glowed with its own energy.
Tourmaline is often heat treated


Tourmaline Water melon
Silicates 7
Green pink
Brazil, South Africa, Madagascar
Love, power, healing stone
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
Tourmaline is often heat treated

Tremolite Also known as Jade
Silicate 5 - 6
Colourless, white, grey green, green black
Afghanistan, New York
Jadeite Myanmar
Common
However some colours rare, Nephrite is easier to obtain.
Money, healing, love, protection stone
State Gemstone of Alaska
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Also known as Serpentine but it is a substitute for Jade not the real thing.
African Jade is not jade it is a Garnet resembling the same colour and texture.


Tremolite Cats eye
Silicate 5 - 6
Colourless, white, grey green, green black
Afghanistan, New York
Notes
Cats eye Tremolite tumbled stones Similar to Chrysoberyl. Like a cat's eye it reflects light.

Turquoise (can be confused with Variscite)
Phosphate 5
Blue to blue-green, to yellowish green
Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado
Common
Love, lucky, protection stone
State gemstone of Arizona
Do not use water to cleanse
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
African Turquoise is not turquoise it is a jasper from Africa. White Howlite is sometimes dyed blue to represent Turquoise (turquoise howlite)
Yellow Turquoise is a form of black and yellow mottled jasper found in Africa and South America, which superficially resembles turquoise in the way that it bands.
Untreated turquoise will eventually turn green.

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