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CHATOYANT

Chatoyant describes something as being of changeable lustre, like some silks, or the mineral cat's-eye.
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CHATOYANT

Chatoyant refers to a hard stone, such as the cat's-eye, which presents on a polished surface, and in the interior, an undulating or wary light.
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TIGERS-EYE

Tigers-eye is a siliceous stone of a yellow colour and chatoyant lustre, obtained in South Africa and much used for ornament. It is an altered form of the mineral crocidolite.
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