Labradorite is a popular variety of the mineral feldspar. Named after Labrador which is the most easterly province of Canada on the country's Atlantic coast. Labradorite was discovered there in 1770. Known for its exceptional iridescence, the finest grades can exhibit a fascinating spectrum of colours. The colour we see is the reflection of light.Depending on the position, shades of red, yellow, green and blue can be seen in this stone. This optical phenomenon is known as schiller or labradorescence when present in labradorite. The front of this stone is smooth and finely polished. It makes an exceptional display piece but does not stand up on its own. Although the back is not iridescent, it's covered in minute sparkling crystals.
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