Mountain Hollow Crystals
‘Fire Flash’ Labradorite Palm Stones
Labradorite’s name is derived From the labrador peninsula in Canada where the stone was first founded in 1770. It is known for its remarkable play of color also known as labradorescense, which shows vivid flashes of green, blue, gold, orange, red and sometimes violet. Fun fact! Labradorites were discovered in Finland in the 1940s that exhibit at the entire color spectrum, and these were named Spectrolite.
It’s impossible to capture the amazing flash that each and every piece has in just one photo!!! Such vibrant yellow and oranges on all! A few with small peeks of hot pink, purple and blue. Labradorite is treasured for its play of color. Locality: Madagascar
Element : Wind
Measures 50-65mm and weighs 80-90grams
***one will be intuitively chosen for you.
*feel free to note specific characteristic requests at checkout, and we’ll do our best to accommodate. However we can’t guarantee it’s always possible and hope you’ll trust you’ll receive the perfect one for you)