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Blue-Green Labradorite Stars Necklace

This dainty little sterling silver necklace features a blue-green flash labradorite set in a southwestern-style silver frame. It has been oxidized and brushed to a satin finish. All jump rings are soldered closed for extra security. The pendant hangs from an 18" sterling silver beaded chain that has been oxidized as well. 


~=About Labradorite=~

Labradorite is a feldspar mineral first "discovered" near Labrador, Canada in 1770. The rainbow shimmer is known in the gem/lapidary world as a 'schiller effect' and the phenomenon is also referred to as labradorescence. Exceptionally iridescent versions go by the name spectrolite and are generally mined in Finland. The rainbow effect is caused by light entering the stone and reflecting off of a twin surface. Depending on which direction the light reflects, many different colors can appear. White/clear labradorite is commonly known as rainbow moonstone, but other types of moonstone are a completely different type of stone!  

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