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A Grade Labradorite.

Beads will have plenty of fire and be clear of any major blemishes, each strand will have a varying display a shimmer and color.

Labradorite is a plagioclase feldspar, in the same family as albite. Reflections of blue, green, violet and red are called labradorescence.

The stone was originally discovered in 1770 on St. Paul Island in Labrador, Canada.

According to Eskimo legend, the Northern Lights were once imprisoned in the rocks along the coast of Labrador. A wandering Eskimo warrior found them and was able to free most of the lights with a mighty blow of his spear. Some of the lights were still trapped within the stone, and today we have the beautiful mineral known as labradorite.

Metaphysically, this gemstone is believed to slow aging.

Mohs Hardness: 6.0

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