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Labradorite is a variety of plagioclase feldspar. Its name refers to the Labrador Peninsula in Canada, where it was discovered in the eighteen century. Nowadays, most raw and processed labradorite comes from Madagascar, like this piece.

Labradorite uniqueness: Labradorite is usually colourless or grey-white to blue-grey with intense blue-green iridescence, which means that the colours change as the viewing angle changes.

Special conditions/ treatment: Labradorite is fragile but stable against some chemicals. We recommend that you ask an expert before applying a chemical on the stone.

Use: Tumbled stones "chips" are used for the production of various decorative items and ornamental mosaics. Size 3 - 5 mm is also suitable as filling for small glass bottles.

About the product: We offer this product in 1 kg or 5 kg package; some mini stones are available in both variants. The product is packed in firm plastic bags.