Is there a stone more lovable than Labradorite? We don’t think so! This feldspar with a density of 7 on the Mohs scale is named after the Labrador Peninsula in Canada where the stone can be found. Canada, here we come! Labradorite is known for its beautiful grey rainbow shine (called labradorescence) which can vary from blue to green to even goldish! White labradorites are so popular and loved that they have officially been named rainbow moonstone.
Labradorite is the stone for all artists and thinkers who need a little creative and imaginative inspiration from time to time!
Amongst others, labradorite is found in Canada, Australia, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia, the United States and Finland.
Labradorite is associated with the zodiac signs Leo and Sagittarius. Read more on which gemstones match which zodiac signs on this page!