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Tiger Eye Slabs - George Stone

Furnish your home with the timeless beauty of Tiger Eye slabs. Slabs are made with Tiger eye stone after processing. Explore George Stone, China’s leading supplier of natural Tiger eye stone.

Top Picks: George Stone’s Top Tiger Eye Slabs

Out of all Tiger eye slabs made from Tiger eye stone, here are the top picks of us.

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George Stone’s
Tiger Eye Stone-Feel Vibrant and Rich with
Natural Grounding Stone

The name of this stone is because of its similarity to the Tiger or cat’s eye. If you want to enhance the beauty of your house’s background wall, countertop, ceilings, end tables, dining table, bathtub, etc., with natural stone, Tiger eye slab is the best option. Tiger eye stone looks aesthetic, durable, heat, and scratch-resistant. So you can use it as your kitchen countertop.
These stones’ outlanding and contrasting color bands charm you every single day. You will get charmed after returning home from a hectic work day.
All your desires regarding a Tiger eye stone will be fulfilled when you buy it from a trusted supplier. George Stone is one of the most trusted seasoned Chinese suppliers based in China.
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Tiger Eye Slab Production

We produce Tiger eye slabs from Tiger eye stones. They are created through carefully processing Tiger eye stones. Then, these stones are first cut into large blocks. The blocks are then sliced into thin slabs of the desired thickness using specialized saws. Finally, the slabs are ground and polished to a smooth and lustrous finish.
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Kitchens and bathrooms

Tiger eye is used in kitchen and bathroom countertops and vanities.

Walls

Statement walls and cladding are decorated with Tiger eyes.

Architecture

Columns, pillars, and even elevator interiors are designed with Tiger eye slabs.

Furniture

Accents like tabletops and end tables.

Commercial spaces

Many high-end hotels and retail stores are now using Tiger Eye to decorate walls, stairs, etc., to bring aesthetics.

Flooring

It is used as paving stone in low-traffic areas.

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

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George Stone is a trusted stone supplier based in China with over 30 years of experience. No business can sustain for more than 2.5 decades without trust. We hold different prestigious certificates, like SGS and ISO certificates. These two certificates are evidence of our product quality. How do we maintain our product quality? This question leads to the quality of our product.

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

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We ensure the highest quality of our products, like Tiger eye stone slabs, gold granite, etc., because we want customers to use our products for over a decade. We do not source any stone that decays with everyday usage. We have 215 expert workers to source and manufacture stones in the factory. Besides, we have top-notch qualified fabricators to install Tiger eye tiles or slabs in your house. But, if you want this facility, you must pay us.

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

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We can produce 100,000,000 square meters annually with our skilled workers and advanced technology. Although the production capacity is higher, we never compromise Tiger eye stone slabs’ durability, style, structure, and finishing.

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

04/06

Many resellers or retailers sell Tiger eye stones cost for at least $150 per square foot. We are selling for $35-$100 per square foot. Why are we selling very low prices, and how is it possible? Do we do fallacy with our customers? We can sell at a very low price because we do everything from sourcing to selling on our own. There is no chance of increasing the price since no broker exists between us and our customers.

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

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We may be the only company that sends free samples to its customers to judge the quality. If you want to evaluate the quality of our products, you can call us and give us the details of your address. We will send you a free sample. We will also send you a 2D animated house with Tiger eye stones installed.v

Why You Can Rely
George Stone Without a Doubt?

  • Years of Experience
  • Top-notch Quality Assurance
  • Bulk Production Capability
  • Cheaper Alternative
  • Free Sample
  • After-sale Services

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We do not forget our customers after selling. We give them suggestions related to maintenance, sealing, and many more. You just have to contact us; we will give you the best expert-vetted advice.

Certifications and Product Parameters

George Stone is holding SGS, Quality Control Management Systems, and SGS certificates.

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All the Frequently Asked Questions about Tiger Eye Stone/Slab

Tiger’s eye, a quartz group, and metamorphic rock member, is a golden-brown to red-brown chatoyant semi-precious gemstone. The intergrowth of quartz crystals, amphibole fibers (altered), and limonite give it a lustrous and silky look.

It is used to decorate houses and make jewelry. Tiger eye stones are cut into large blocks and then processed to make slabs. The slabs are installed on the walls, backsplashes, and countertops to bring aesthetic beauty and elegance.

Yes, the Tiger’s eye is a natural stone. It is a metamorphic rock formed when another mineral, typically crocidolite (a fibrous mineral from the amphibole group), transforms under intense heat and pressure. Over millions of years, the crocidolite fibers are replaced by quartz crystals, resulting in the characteristic golden-brown to red-brown color. The silky luster gives the Tiger’s eye its distinctive appearance (the mesmerizing “chatoyancy” effect).

While some treated or dyed versions exist, the genuine Tiger’s eye is a product of geological transformation. It has a uniqueness.

Again, in the end, we can tell that the tiger eye is a natural stone.

Here is how the Tiger eye forms:

The tiny blue fibers like thin strands in the rock run together that make crocidolite. Then, this crocidolite breaks, and its shape changes. During the breaking of crocidolite, the silica seeps into the cracks with water. The water then deposits gemstone materials quartz. The quartz now gets the shape and structure of crocidolite.

The key to the Tiger’s eye’s mesmerizing play of light lies in these tiny quartz fibers. When light hits the polished stone, it interacts with how these fibers are lined up. The fibers give the shimmering effects. This captivating effect is called chatoyancy.

While quartz is the main mineral replacing crocidolite, iron oxides like limonite or hematite often join the mix. These iron oxides give the Tiger’s eye its golden to red-brown color variations.

To best show off the chatoyancy, expert gem cutters typically cut and polish the Tiger’s eye into a smooth, rounded shape with a flat bottom. This way, the light hits the tiny fibers perfectly, making the shimmer even more dazzling!

So, remember its incredible journey – from a blue mineral to a captivating display of light and color!

Tiger iron is used in countertops, pathways, walls, end tables, dining tables, washbasins, etc., for many benefits. Here are the benefits of Tiger Iron in a nutshell –

  1. Natural Striking Elegance: As you know, the product is sourced from deep earth, which reminds you that you are close to nature all the time. Besides, the golden brown tones, red and black pops from the hematite and jasper of Tiger iron increase the beauty of your house to 50X. So, if you want a one-of-a-kind look at your house, you can consider Tiger Iron without a doubt.
  • Subtle Shimmer: Picture this: when sunlight or room light falls on the Tiger iron slab, it will exhibit a subtle shimmer. We can not describe it in words; you have to see it from your naked eyes. The shimmering effect varies according to the polish and intensity of light. The polished finish creates a more shimmering effect than the honed finish.
  • Versatile:The brown tone of Tiger eye iron is complementary to any other. Due to the versatility of brown colors, you can complement it with blue color wardrobes, white ceilings, and so on. With Tiger Iron, you can create a viable statement piece inside your house or outdoors. By the way, creating statement pieces indoors is more rational than outdoors.
  • Long-lasting: Tiger iron is more durable than granite slab because it is formed from quartz. So, you can enjoy the elegant and timeless beauty of Tiger iron for decades.
  • Low Maintenance: Regular cleaning and occasional resealing (depending on the finish) will help it retain its beauty for years.

The Tiger Eye stone price at George Stone is lower than that of other suppliers based in China.

Tiger eye stone is made originally from quartz clocks 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, making it scratch-resistant. This hardness allows it to be cut and polished into slabs for countertops, walls, and other decorative elements.

There’s a slight caveat here. Tiger eye slabs might have a slightly lower hardness compared to pure quartz due to factors like:

  • Microscopic Quartz Fibers: The fibrous structure of the Tiger eye, inherited from crocidolite, could potentially make the stone a little more susceptible to scratches or abrasions if impacted heavily on the edge of the fibers.
  • Processing Techniques: Cutting and polishing Tiger eye slabs might introduce microscopic fractures or imperfections that could affect overall hardness. George Stone works neatly here. We have experienced workers to maintain the quality with almost zero to no imperfections.

However, we don’t sell it to our customers if there is imperfection. We have a return policy if you find any cracks in our products.

However, Tiger Eye is the best option for countertops, backsplashes, background walls, dining tables, etc., for the following reasons.

  • Daily Wear and Tear: Tiger eye slabs can weather daily wear and tears of hot pot, hot water spills, stains, light impacts, and placing objects.

Tiger eye stones are valuable for daily uses and beauty. The price depends on the quality, size, cut, and origins of the stones. Clearer stone costs more.

Let’s say you do not have enough money to spend buying exclusive pattern Tiger eye stones. Still, you are in the winning position because Tiger eye stones are more durable and beautiful than any color granite. The brown tone plays the key role here.

George Stone is selling normal to highly exclusive Tiger eye stones at a much lower price than other suppliers. We will talk about the pricing later in this article.

Many people think Tiger eye stones are magnetic because of hematite. Actually, they have no magnetic properties.

We have various sizes, cuts, and quality Tiger eye stones for every budget and taste.

Choosing between Tiger Eye and Tiger iron slabs can be tricky. Both offer unique beauty and durability but with some key differences. This table breaks down the key factors to consider:

Feature

Tiger Eye Slab

Tiger Iron Slab

Appearance

Warm, golden brown with a shimmering “cat’s eye” effect (chatoyancy)

A striking combination of warm browns, fiery reds from jasper, and cool blacks from hematite.

Composition

Primarily Tiger eye stone (quartz that replaced crocidolite)

Combination of Tiger’s eye, red jasper, and sometimes yellow jasper or golden Tiger eye.

Visual Impact

Classic and elegant

Bold and dramatic

Hardness (Mohs scale)

6.5 to 7 (might be slightly lower due to processing)

6.5 to 7 (similar to Tiger eye)

Applications

Countertops, walls, backsplashes, fireplaces

Countertops, walls, floors (with proper sealing), statement pieces

If you are looking for a Tiger iron slab for sale, contact us.

Natural stone slabs like Tiger Eye and Jasper offer undeniable beauty and durability but with distinct personalities. Let’s explore their key differences to help you choose the perfect one for your project.

Feature

Tiger Eye Slab

Jasper Slab

Appearance

Warm, golden brown with a shimmering “cat’s eye” effect (chatoyancy)

Wide variety of colors (reds, greens, yellows, browns, etc.) with banding, swirls, or patterns.

Composition

Primarily Tiger eye stone (quartz that replaced crocidolite)

Primarily chalcedony, a form of quartz with impurities causing color variations.

Visual Impact

Classic and elegant

Vibrant and diverse

Hardness (Mohs scale)

6.5 to 7 (might be slightly lower due to processing)

6.5 to 7

Applications

Countertops, walls, backsplashes, fireplaces

Countertops, walls, backsplashes, flooring, decorative elements

Tiger eye cost varies.  Strong chatoyancy, vibrant colors, and larger slabs generally cost more. George Stone offers a range of options to fit your budget. Here is the slab cost per sqft –

While prices can vary, that’s a fantastic range you found for Tiger eye slabs at George Stone –  $35 to $100 per square foot. Here’s why this might be surprisingly affordable:

George Stone cuts out the middleman by meticulously sourcing their Tiger eye directly, potentially passing those savings on to you.

If you want to know more about the pricing of specific designs and patterns, you can contact us.

After being processed into slabs for countertops and other applications, Tiger eye stones can handle occasional contact with water.

Here are why:

Quartz: This is not as porous as granite. If something absorbs water, the quality and beauty are eliminated over time. So, the Tiger eye goes in the water. Besides, the hardness is around 7 on the Mohs scale. This allows us to weather the wear and tear of hot pots and water spills in the kitchen and bathrooms.

Sealing: Proper sealing improves the lifespan of the Tiger eye even though it is exposed to water.

 

However, if you want to use Tiger for decades, you should take the following precautions:

 

  1. Do not expose the Tiger’s eye to water for the long term.
  2. Do not use harsh chemicals to clean the slabs.

Here are the factors to ensure you find the perfect Tiger eye masterpiece for your home:

  • Color & Chatoyancy:Tiger eye boasts a spectrum of golden browns. Some slabs have a more vibrant color and a stronger “cat’s eye” effect. Consider your preference: Do you desire a subtle warmth or a more dramatic play of color?
  • Veining & Patterns:Every slab is unique! Some have subtle veins, while others display bolder patterns. This adds a touch of individuality but be prepared for some natural variation. Think about how the veining will complement your design scheme.
  • Natural Beauty with Variations:Tiger eye is a natural wonder. Expect some variations in color, pattern, and texture within a single slab. This adds to its character, but embrace these natural inconsistencies – they’re part of the stone’s charm!
  • Durable Yet Special:Tiger eye ranks around 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, making it relatively scratch-resistant. Consider the level of activity your countertops will experience.
  • Professional Installation is Key:Due to its unique composition, professional installation is crucial. Look for an experienced installer who is well-versed in handling natural stones, especially Tiger eye. George Stone has a vetted fabricator team to install Tiger Eye by keeping the quality.
  • Sealing: Sealing with sealers should be practiced frequently to give the tiger eye a longer life. There are multiple types of sealers out there, we recommend you to choose the penetrating sealer.

Finding a Reputable Source:

  • Sourcing:You must consider a supplier that sources products from various geographic areas. Consider George Stone: They meticulously source their Tiger eye, ensuring you get the best possible material.
  • Processing:You must know whether the company processes the source material with the skilled persons or with noobs. George Stone has vetted experts to transform Tiger eye stones into Tiger eye slabs for countertops.

Price: If you do not want to break the bank, you must consider the price. Cheaper products do not mean they are not worth the money. George Stone sells both ends of the product line. We sell products that are worth money indeed.

You should buy Tiger Eye from China for the following reasons:

  • China has been mining and using Tiger Eye for centuries. So, they know how to use and decorate houses with it. Since then, they have been highly qualified to source high-quality Tiger eye stones.
  • Jiangsu Province and Liaoning Province are China’s most well-known producers of Tiger eye slabs.

George Stone is a stone manufacturing company based in China. We source Tiger eye stones and different granites from China, India, South Africa, and other countries. With 30 years of experience, we have been delivering our products to 128 countries. Finally, buying stones from Chinese companies is a win-win situation for both you and the companies. Because you can get quality products at a cheaper price.

Spotting a real Tiger’s eye is like identifying a true gem! Here’s a quick guide:

  1. Cat’s Eye:Look for the light dancing across the stone – that’s the telltale “chatoyancy” of a real Tiger eye. Fakes lack this mesmerizing effect.
  2. Glassy Shine:Real Tiger eye, being a quartz form, should have a glassy luster, almost like looking through glass. Dull or overly plastic stones might be imposters.
  3. Scratch Test (Caution!):A real Tiger eye (Mohs hardness 6.5-7) can scratch the glass (try a tiny, inconspicuous area!). Fakes made from softer materials won’t leave a mark.
  4. Nature’s Touch:The real Tiger eye might have some minor cracks or inclusions – nature’s fingerprints. Flawless stones could be a red flag.
  5. Weight Matters:Real Tiger Eye has a decent heft for its size. If it feels unexpectedly light, it might not be genuine.

Follow these steps to choose the Tiger eye supplier –

  1. Experience and Brand Value: You must consider these two factors first. Because a brand builds value after years. Believing a new company is tough because it can offer a misleading promise to make sales. On the other hand, a brand never cheats with its customers. George Stone has been in the stone manufacturing industry for over 30 years and has built itself as a brand with quality services.

We never compromise the quality of Tiger Eye to make a large profit. You should learn how much human resources the company has because it is relevant to quality. We have 215 skilled workers in our company.

 

  1. Sourcing:You should know the source of their products. You have to ask the question, “Do you source products from specific geographic areas or worldwide?” If a company sources products only from one country or one area, most probably this company will not meet your needs.

You have to consider buying from a company that sources Tiger eye slabs worldwide. George Stone sources products from worldwide, so it can manage customer demand. We can easily deliver rare products to our customers.

 

  1. Variety:Finding a variety of patterns, shades, and designs is not possible with a small company. A small company has a smaller inventory. We are a very large stone manufacturer based in China with a large inventory.

 

Our factory area is 25,800㎡. You can get a wide range of patterns, shades, designs of Tiger eye, granite slabs, and quartz in our inventory. To know the quality of our products, contact us. We will send a virtual 2D room and stone to your doorstep.

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