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LAB337 Labradorite Raw Edge Freeform


Labradorite is a feldspar mineral that was originally found in Labrador, Canada. It typically is dark grey to black with sections of iridescent "flashes" of color known as labradorescence. The chemical formula for Labradorite is (Na,Ca)₁₋₂Si₃₋₂O₈. 

This freeform Labradorite is from Madagascar and has a flat base, raw edges and back, and a polished face. It features strong labradorescence in a rainbow of colors in one section, and another section that flashes at a different angle.

4" x 6.25" x 2.75"

2lb 9.6oz