Labradorite is a mineral from the feldspar family like moonstone.
Where does the name “Labradorite” come from?
The word “labradorite” originates from the Canadian Labrador peninsula, which holds one of the first recognized deposits of the stone.
What are the colors of Labradorite?
The color of labradorite can vary between dark gray and grayish black but the stone can also be colorless or brownish.
In addition, each stone exhibits a metallic luster color scheme, most often blue or green, called labradorescence.
What is its symbolism?
Today, labradorite symbolizes charm and intuition.
Where does it come from?
The main deposits of labradorites are located in Canada, but they can also be found in Australia, the United States, Madagascar, Mexico and Russia.
How do I care for my jewelry set with Labradorite?
As Labradorite is fragile, it is not recommended to clean it with ultrasound or steam. A mixture of dishwashing liquid and water on a microfiber cloth is enough to clean it.
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