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Labradorite AA Chips Necklace


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Labradorite is a colourless or grey-white, to blue-grey mineral. The stone boasts intense blue-green iridescence, which means that the colours change with the viewing angle. The design of this stone resembles a peacock feather. It was discovered on the Labrador Peninsula in Canada in the 18th century. European deposits are in Finland, which produces labradorite under a trade name spectrolite. However, the primary source of both raw and processed labradorite is Madagascar, which is where our raw material is from too.

If we look at its chemical structure, labradorite is a variety of plagioclase feldspar.

About the product: The necklaces CHIPS short are made from irregular tiny gemstones on the nylon string and finishings from silver plated brass. The necklaces are sold individually or in package with 2 or 3 pieces. You can choose a package with 10 pieces for a reduced price. The necklaces are approximately 40-45 cm long.

Use: Our necklaces CHIPS short are charming jewellery. They are perfect good luck charms or accessory with healing energy.