“some flowers bloom by the light of the moon”- a birthstone alternative for feb and march
A blooming hand made sterling silver flower with rounded oxidized petals produce within its heart a shimmering, moonlit, ice blue lustered Labradorite that is naturally breathtaking.
Individual pieces like this one can often be imagined in a museum and if nature had one I am sure this labradorite would be among the many of its precious collections.
Turning this ring in the light, one feels that it has the rays of the moon frozen in its surface and the mysterious aurora it holds within captivates with a deep hypnotic intensity.
Rough stones often hold the most natural beauty that is sometimes lost through polishing, this stone has kept all the secrets of its natural character and inviting mystery, forever beautiful as painted by nature.
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.