This stunning Labradorite Ring will turn heads with its bright, aurora borealis shine. Crafted from sterling and fine silver, this ring speaks of beauty, quality, and opulence. With its unique and eye-catching artic effects, it's sure to make a statement! Are you ready to show off your sense of fashion and personality?
Blue Labradorite pairs well with many outfits ~ think cobalt blue, navy blue, periwinkle and denim. Mix it up and wear it with yellow or green. Or go patriotic and wear it with red and white, letting your accessories be the blue!
- Sterling and fine silver
- 5/8" wide by 3/4" long
- Size 7.25
Inuit lore is that Labrodorite fell as frozen fire from the Aurora Borealis. We can certainly see why the Inuit felt this way! The stunning blues, greens, golds, and occasional purples that seem to emanate from something deeper than the stone itself - colors matching the amazing spectacle from the sky and the depths of the seas.
Envision the Aurora Borealis reflecting on the seas and snows of the Artic while wearing this beautiful Labradorite ring. Get lost in its colors every time you gaze at it gracing your hand!
Labradorite is said to be a powerful protector stone.
Labradorite belongs to the Feldspar group of minerals. It can display a beautiful iridescent play of colors which are caused by internal fractures int he mineral that reflect light back and forth. This effect is known as labradorescence. Labradorite exhibits colors of blue, green, gray, purples, reds, oranges, and yellows. It is also known as Spectrolite, which is the tradename for the phenomenal labradorite from Finland. Spectrolite is known for its colorful and striking iridescence that shows blue, green, yellow, orange and red colors.
The most colorful Labradorite comes from Finland, Ukraine and Madagascar. Good Labradorite also comes from Black Hill, New South Wales, Australia. Some of the most important Labradorite deposits are in Canada in Labrador, at Nain and Tabor Island. In the U.S., the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York have produced colorful Labradorite. A transparent form of Labradorite comes from Utah and Texas.
Similar stones in the feldspar family are Rainbow Moonstone, Blue Moonstone, and Oregon Sunstone. The shimmering effect in these stones is known as adularescence.
Also known as Spectrolite which is the tradename for the phenomenal labradorite from Finland. Spectrolite is known for its colorful and striking iridescence that shows blue, green, yellow, orange and red colors.