“great legends of the inuit people tell of a shimmering stone that fell from the frozen fire of the aurora borealis, known today as labradorite” - birthstone alternative for feb and march
A truly magnificent example of a rough Labradorite with a beautiful rainbow of yellows, blues and greens.
The colour intensity varies depending on the light that hits the stone, ranging from almost black through to vibrant, intense and saturated colours.
Weighing 46.5 carats and measuring 40x23mm in size, this is a stone that definitely gets attention.
Labradorite are naturally heavily included stones with mineral inclusions throughout the surface resembling cracks in ice and making it truly a stone that is uniquely individual in appearance as no two Labradorite's will have the same inclusions.