Cut from natural labradorite, these double sided beauties all contain three of the rarest shades of labradorite. Each piece is guaranteed to contain some, or all, pink, purple, and gold/orange shades along with the more common blues and greens. Every piece has some pink/purple/gold. One side is faceted with a rose cut, the other is only faceted on the edge. This listing is for one randomly selected piece. Shapes include round, oval, square, rectangle, marquise, teardrop, freeform, and pear. They approximately range in size from 13-22mm.
Lore of the Inuit peoples claim that labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. At first glance, labradorite may appear grey in color until small shifts in lighting and positional reveal the gorgeous flash, also know as fire, that it is known for. Every stone is uniquely one of a kind in coloring and some may even feature a full range of colors.
Mohs Scale: 6-6.5
Locality of labradorite: Madagascar, Canada, Russia, Finland, Mexico, and the United States.