Labradorite slabs are cut flat and then highly polished to reveal the beautiful formations within.
Labradorite, also known as spectrolite, is named after a major volcanic deposit discovery in Labrador. The attractive blue and green iridescence makes it suitable in jewellery and as a glaze for ceramics.
Lore of the Inuit peoples claims this stone fell from the frozen fires of Aurora Borealis - an ordinary stone that transforms to the extraordinary. It is a stone of magic and for all those who travel and embrace the universe seeking guidance and knowledge. This stone is often used to awaken the inner spirit, intuition and psychic abilities. It banishes fears and insecurities.