|This pendant has a blue schiller on both sides and the copper wrapping is embellished with textured and twisted wires.|
|Length: 7.4 cm|
|Properties Of Labradorite|
Named after St. Paul Island, Labrador, where it was first identified in 1770, labradorite has a play of colour (schiller) when the stone is moved in light. This stone is the plagioclase feldspar and in the same family as albite. Labradorite has been found in some meteorites.
Labradorite seems to have the strongest effect on the 5th, 6th & 7th chakras and is excellent for those who overwork or facing a period of sustained work as it stimulates physical activity.
Labradorite lifts the consciousness and can establish a connection with the universal energies.