Labradorite Point


Labradorite is a mesmerizing gemstone that exhibits a stunning interplay of colors, including shades of blue, green, gold, and purple. This iridescent effect, known as labradorescence, is caused by the stone's unique structure, which refracts light in different directions. Labradorite is believed to possess mystical properties and is often used in spiritual and healing practices. Its beauty and allure make it a popular choice for jewelry and decorative items, adding a touch of enchantment and sophistication to any setting.

WHY IT'S AWESOME? Labradorite is inextricably linked to the magic of the night skies because of it origins in the northern hemisphere. Legend tells us that one of the greatest natural shows on earth, "The Aurora Borealis", was trapped inside the rocks of Labrador. There they lay, awaiting discovery amongst the Beothuk and the Inuit people.

MYSTIC LORE, LEGEND & DISCLAIMER: Through the ages, crystals and stones have been collected and prized for their timeless beauty, for their rich history and even their potential spiritual and metaphysical properties! At Spirit Magicka, we love the idea that crystals may have mystical properties, but please be aware... nothing we sell comes with any sort of mystical guarantee! 😉

👉 Labradorite crystal, also known as the stone of transformation, is prized for its beauty and brilliant flashes of color, sometimes said to contain the Northern Lights. It is believed to enhance intellect, intuition, and inspiration while allowing one to see the possibilities in life. It is recommended to keep it in various spaces around the home. In crystal energy work, Labradorite is closely associated with the Third Eye and Crown Chakra, aiding in awareness and connection to the divine and higher self.

WHERE IT'S FOUND? Labradorite is found in many locations in the world, but it was discovered in eastern Canada on Paul Island, near a settlement in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador. Other countries in the world include Australia, Finland, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia, United States.

WHAT IS LABRADORITE? Labradorite is a feldspar mineral known for its breathtaking labradorescence, a play of colored reflections caused by the internal structures within the stone. Its colors range from blue and green to purple, yellow, and orange, shimmering in the sun to create a stunning rainbow effect. Only certain parts of the specimen exhibit this quality, as the labradorescence is caused by light reflecting off twinning surfaces within the stone, not from the surface itself. Skilled gemstone workers must carefully cut the rough stone to preserve its flash, which occurs only in two directions.

Points Medium Size
📏 2.5"-4"
📏 6-9cm 

*All sizes are approximate and may vary somewhat.
*Each crystal & stone will vary slightly in appearance. Each beautiful and unique in its own way.

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