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Labradorite Top-Polished Slice

Top polished labradorite slices reveal the natural labradocense flash.

Labradorite has a solid base colour with iridescent flashes of blue, green, yellow, pink, and gold, with rare purple flashes seen under the right lighting. Labradorescence is the name given to the iridescent phenomenon.

Internal healing and defense, eliminating negativity and evil to revitalize the body, mind, and soul. It stimulates your creativity while also offering clarity and calm. It is considered one of the most powerful guardian jewels.

According to the old Inuit tribes, labradorite fell from the aurora borealis from their ancestors’ fire. According to another legend, the Northern Lights were produced when a brave Inuit warrior hit Labradorite with his spear creating the northern lights.

More types, and shapes for this stone here
To learn more about Labradorite, visit our blog!
We have three additional sized Labradorite slices near identical to this found in #1 & #2 & #4 sizes.
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Labradorite Top Polished Slice #3

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Delivered Jul 24 - Jul 30

Stone: Labradorite

Origin: Madagascar

Sold by: Single piece

Attributes:
Weight: 61g to 120g
Unit size: 1 3/4" to 3 1/4"
Thickness: 3/8" to 1/2"

Labradorite Top-Polished Slice

Top polished labradorite slices reveal the natural labradocense flash.

Labradorite has a solid base colour with iridescent flashes of blue, green, yellow, pink, and gold, with rare purple flashes seen under the right lighting. Labradorescence is the name given to the iridescent phenomenon.

Internal healing and defense, eliminating negativity and evil to revitalize the body, mind, and soul. It stimulates your creativity while also offering clarity and calm. It is considered one of the most powerful guardian jewels.

According to the old Inuit tribes, labradorite fell from the aurora borealis from their ancestors’ fire. According to another legend, the Northern Lights were produced when a brave Inuit warrior hit Labradorite with his spear creating the northern lights.

More types, and shapes for this stone here
To learn more about Labradorite, visit our blog!
We have three additional sized Labradorite slices near identical to this found in #1 & #2 & #4 sizes.

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