Is there a more beloved gem than labradorite? It's one of our favorites fur sure! This feldspar with a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale got's his name from the Labrador Peninsula island in Canada where it was first found. Labradorite is known for its beautiful gray rainbow shine (called labradorescense or Schiller effect). Want to know more about labradorite? Go to our gemstone page!
Spiritually, this stone represents creativity, inspiration, self-confidence and perseverance.
Labradorite belongs to the zodiac signs Leo and Sagittarius. read here more about which gems belong to zodiac signs!