Labradorite is plagioclase feldspar.
Great iridescent play of colors with metallic sheen.
Depending on the angle of view, light refracts at submicroscopic twin lamellae, resulting in incredible interference colors.
First place of discovery and name giver is the peninsula Labrador in Canada.
Sawn and polished front surface. Straight footprint.
Wonderful deco object
Weight: 1.9 kilogram
Dim.: 17 cm high x 9 x 8 cm
The raw material is found in Tulear – Madagascar.