As the polished face of this labradorite catches the light it becomes beautifully iridescent. The breathtaking colours are the reflection of light.The back of this labradorite stone which is unpolished also exhibits some iridescence. Labradorite is well known for this optical phenomenon which is correctly known as schiller or labradorescence.Labradorite is a variety of the mineral feldspar named after the Labrador coast in Canada. It was here the stone was first discovered. It's relatively hard which makes it fairly easy to work with. Labradorite is widely used for decorative purposes.
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35.3 x 25 x 2.5
45 x 35 x 16
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