Small Labradorite Freeform


Labradorite Freeform

Location; Madagascar
Size; 4.7cms high x 4.5 cms wide x 4cms deep
Weight; 170gm        Ref No; 2013



Small Labradorite Freeform

This small Labradorite Freeform is incredibly tactile. It has a myriad of bright blue and gold flashes of colour. It can be a paperweight for instance. Alternatively it can just be admired as the attractive piece of natural stone that it is. This example is from Madagascar, and its colouring reminds you of the magic of the night skies. Above all a crystal that is beautiful to own.

The name Labradorite comes from Labrador in Canada. This is where the stone was first identified. It is a variety of Felspar together with Rainbow Moonstone also a Felspar. Labradorite is a stunning mineral with dramatic flashes of colour. This is known as Labradorescence, and caused by refracted light within the stone. This refracted light leads to dramatic iridescent shimmering flashes of colour. These colours can be anything from peacock blue, and bright green to grey and brown. Apart from Canada, Labradorite is also comes from Finland, Madagascar and Australia.

MetaphysicallyLabradorite is a stone with excellent healing properties. It is a stone that can enhance psychic abilities and magical powers. This is an incredibly spiritual and protective stone, and it is also one to dispel negativity. A stone to calm the overactive mind, while at the same time stimulating the imagination.

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