August 07, 2019

Introducing Stone Stories: Labradorite

By Sarah DeAngelo
Introducing Stone Stories: Labradorite

Labradorite was first found in 1770 on the Labrador Peninsula in Canada. Named after Labradore, Newfoundland, northeast Canada, Labradorite became very popular among the missionaries. It also became extremely popular in jewelry in France and England during the 18th century.

Labrodorite is a stone with iridescence, known as labradorescence, a spectrum of colors that hides among a grey to black palate. It is transparent or opaque and when held to the light allows the colorful rainbow to play among it's shadowy hills.

Labradorite is said to be a stone of good luck or a power stone. It helps with understanding and concentration and is said to help you see through illusions and determine the actual form of your dreams and goals. It brings relief, calmness, and balance to your everyday.

We love Labradorite because it pairs with everything. With it's pale-dark grey primary color and ability to reflect every color of the rainbow it is truly a stone like no other. Wear it every day!