Round Labradorite Ring
The color of this labradorite is very vibrant (pictures don't do it justice) It has beautiful greens, blues and striking hints of golds and yellows
This ring is a 'larger ring' and what we mean by that is that sits higher up on the finger and longer on the finger. But even if you were to whack it around it is still a very strong stone and the sterling silver is crafted to perfection, so this ring will have many many years to its glorious life.
If you want a ring that will really stand out this is the ring for you!
Size: 7-7.5...The size is between both of these sizes it fits nice and snug at the top (because at the top it is a wider band than at the bottom)
This is not your average ring. It is a bit bigger and heavier. But it is daring and bold.
Rarer varieties of Labradorite include Golden Labradorite, a transparent gold or champagne-color, and Spectrolite, an intense variety displaying the entire color spectrum, discovered in Finland in the 1940s. Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is known for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence. The stone, usually gray-green, dark gray, black or grayish-white, is composed in aggregate layers that refract light as iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red. It was first discovered in Labrador, Canada, by Moravian missionaries in 1770 who named it for the area. It is, however, referenced in legends by older Inuit tribes, and was known to be in use by the Red Paint people of Maine for over a thousand years. It became a popular gem in Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.