A chunky Labradorite Piece. Photos are taken indoors and out, the blue-gold-green hues are still easily visible. This stone is lovely as-is and has great potential for lapidary work or jewellery making. The iridescence is visible in this unpolished rock will be much better if polished. Also called Spectrolite. Used mainly in jewellery and ornaments. Known for being unpronounceable for many people!
6.2cm x 5.3cm x 6.3cm, 258g.
Originally found at Ford Harbour, Paul Island, near Nain, off the east coast of Labrador, Newfoundland and Labrador. Hence the name.