This stunning specimen of cut and polished Labradorite came from Madagascar. Labradorite is in the feldspar family of stones and exhibits a gorgeous effect called chatoyancy. This causes the stone to "flash" different colors when light is reflected at a certain angle. The entire specimen has been polished to a high gloss finish. Golds, blues, and even the more rare pink hues can be seen in this beautiful specimen.
Approx. 4" L x 2" W x 3.75" H
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