labradorite

Labradorites is one of our favorite minerals. No wonder, right? We are sure that many of you ukochało wearing this beautiful stone with amazing inner glow. Labradorite is a mineral and fissile hard, making it a fantastic material for jewelery. Already in ancient times it was used for the production of ornaments. P>

Labradorites - Temple of the Stars h3>

Unconventional appearance labradorite assured him equally beautiful name because it talks about Temple of Stars. Name Labradorites in turn comes from the place where it was first described - Labrador Peninsula in Canada. Labradorite is a feldspar, which means that it belongs to the same group minerals at stone sunny and moonstone. It is characterized by inclusions of other minerals including mangnetytu, hematite, zircon, olivine. To labradorite retains its gloss and beautiful appearance it should be washed with lukewarm water and exposed to sunlight. P>

Labradorites and its amazing brilliance h3>

The color found nowhere else provides it with a mixture of two minerals - albite and anorthite. Labradorite stone is gray with a metallic tint, like a "trapped" inside the stone. Depending on the type of stone internal reflections can be blue, green and yellow, sometimes even fall in oranges and purples. Color of the stone is often called the fire, for example. Labradorite green with fire. Labradorites shown pleochroism different multicolored diversity. This means that with the angle of incidence of light changes its color, this phenomenon is also called labradoryzacją. There Eskimo legend that says that the Northern Lights was once trapped inside the bed labradorite. Eskimo warrior had to launch a spear into the rock to release back to the northern sky. He failed, however, to release her completely and left a couple of lights inside so we can still admire these extraordinary stones. P>