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Flashes of gold, orange, green, blue and the most rare color of purple dance across this incredible Labradorite specimen from Madagascar! This unusual stone is actually a type of Plagioclase Feldspar that has an incredible natural iridescence often referred to as "schiller" or Labradorescence. This effect causes the stone to "flash" different colors when light is reflected at a certain angle. As you can see demonstrated in the photographs, when tilted at varying angles the stone displays the beautiful color flash of Labradorescence. 

The front of the stone has been cut and polished while the back side of the specimen has been left in its raw and natural state.This specimen has a flat-cut base which allows it to stand freely on its own.

Approx: 6" H x 3.75" W x 2" D  

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