Written by Maria

Labradorite is a gem first discovered in Labrador, Canada, in the late 1700s, where it first got its name. But it is also found in other places around the world, such as Finland, Madagascar, Australia, and Russia. 

Labradorite comes in a variety of colours, from grey to black to green to blue. The colour depends on the thickness of the layers of minerals that make up the gem. The thinner the layers, the more blue and purple you see. The thicker the layers, you’ll find more yellow and orange. 

Labradorite is a gem with a lot of history and mystery. Different cultures use Labradorite for healing, protection, and magic. Some people believe it can help with intuition, creativity, and spiritual growth. It is also a gem that can inspire awe and wonder with its beautiful iridescence.  

This gem can add some sparkle and colour to any jewellery collection. It surprises you with its changing hues and patterns. If you’re looking for a gem that is exotic and out-of-this-world, labradorite is the perfect choice for you! 

Curious Labradorite Facts: 

According to old beliefs, labradorite was a stone of intuition and insight that helped enhance psychic abilities and access higher wisdom. Labradorite is traditionally thought to bring good luck. As a grounding and centering stone, it is believed to provide strength, determination and intuition in times of change or conflict. 

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