Labradorite hails from the northern Canadian province of Newfoundland.
This beautiful and unique stone, produces a colorful play of light, resulting in an iridescent display of colors.
According to an Eskimo legend, the Northern Lights were once captured in the rocks along the coast of Labrador. As the story goes, a wandering Eskimo warrior was able to free most of the lights with a mighty blow from his sword. But some light remained trapped, creating this beautiful mineral.
Traditionally, Labradorite is thought to bring good luck. It is also thought to provide relief from anxiety and depression and to dispel negativity, bringing clear understanding, perseverance, strength and enhanced intuition in times of change.
Laura Gibson was recently interviewed for Prism magazine where she talks about the use of this beautiful stone in her jewelry line:
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