Labradorite is Back!

Posted by Donna Cook on

  Flashy Labradorite

Labradorite is a tricky sort of stone.  In the right light, it displays breathtaking flashes of color, from lavender and pink to neon blues and greens.  It is like holding stone made out of the northern lights.  Wow!  What makes it tricky is that the orientation of the stone has to be exactly right to reveal the brilliant flashes of color inside.  If the stone is not cut to show the flash, it appears a watery dull gray.  This makes cutting the stone of utmost importance!  One tiny tweak in how the stone sits in a piece of jewelry will make all the difference in the world.  

Labradorite Coins

We had the opportunity to purchase strands of labradorite last year and bought a small amount.  Of course, they sold like crazy and soon, we were down to only a few pieces that showed good flashes of color.  When I found labradorite again, I looked at more than seventy strands, carefully inspecting them from every direction, front and back, before selecting three outstanding strands.  Yes, we took only the best.  We now have about twenty five pieces of this outstanding labradorite in stock.  It's difficult to get a photo of the way the colors flash, but you can get a good idea by looking at labradorite on our website, as well as learning more about the energy of this incredible stone.

If you are interested in owning a piece of labradorite, don't wait.  The last batch was gone in a few months.


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