Some amazing colours can be seen in the reflection of light from this impressive labradorite stone. This free-standing piece has been polished on just one side. Iridescence can be seen on both sides. A spectrum of colours can be seen on the rough side as it reflects light.This part polished piece of labradorite can look rather uninteresting or quite magnificent. It all depends on the light.This popular variety of feldspar was discovered in 1770. It takes its name from the location where the stone was discovered. Labrador is the most easterly province of Canada.
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35.3 x 25 x 2.5
45 x 35 x 16
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