Labradorite gemstones usually have a dark base color with metallic-looking color plays of blue, green, yellow, and red, which can move as the stone is rotated. This iridescent effect is commonly known as labradorescence and is named after this stone. It is caused by internal fractures that reflect light back and forth, dispersing it into different colors. Labradorite is named after the Canadian province of Labrador, the classic locality of this gemstone. Labradorite is often heavily flawed with internal dark lines and streaks. The main sources of Labradorite are Canada (Labrador and Newfoundland), Finland, Ukraine, Madagascar, and Australia.
Bare copper wire will age to a naturally beautiful antiqued hue. If desired the shiny finish can be maintained.
Necklace in picture not included in price. A 20 inch black cord necklace is included.
Chain necklaces are available separately.