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One Of A Kind Labradorite Pendant (1)

145.00
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One Of A Kind Labradorite Pendant (1)

145.00

Oh Labradorite, how I adore you!! Look at that flash!

This beautiful example measures a little over 5cm in length and nearly 3cm wide making this a very large pendant ~ it measures 10.5cm in length and 4cm in width overall!  I've given the sterling silver a subtle starburst pattern that catches the light and so appears to sparkle, like the sparkle you get on freshly fallen snow.

This stunning gemstone was originally discovered in Labrador (hence the name!) in Canada in 1770.  It has now also been found all over the world including Norway, Finland, Madagascar and South America, to name just a few. Although "discovered" by Europeans, the native Inuit had been using the stone to heal ailments, calling it "fire rock" or "fire stone".

Legend has it that an Inuit warrior was walking along the coast when he saw that some of the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) had been trapped in the rocks that lined the shore.  With a swing of his spear, the lights were freed. 

This pendant has been hallmarked by Birmingham Assay Office (as usual) and is suspended on a Sterling Silver snake chain.  It will arrive to you in a Scarlett Willow Designs gift box

 

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Oh Labradorite, how I adore you!! Look at that flash!

This beautiful example measures a little over 5cm in length and nearly 3cm wide making this a very large pendant ~ it measures 10.5cm in length and 4cm in width overall!  I've given the sterling silver a subtle starburst pattern that catches the light and so appears to sparkle, like the sparkle you get on freshly fallen snow.

This stunning gemstone was originally discovered in Labrador (hence the name!) in Canada in 1770.  It has now also been found all over the world including Norway, Finland, Madagascar and South America, to name just a few. Although "discovered" by Europeans, the native Inuit had been using the stone to heal ailments, calling it "fire rock" or "fire stone".

Legend has it that an Inuit warrior was walking along the coast when he saw that some of the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) had been trapped in the rocks that lined the shore.  With a swing of his spear, the lights were freed. 

This pendant has been hallmarked by Birmingham Assay Office (as usual) and is suspended on a Sterling Silver snake chain.  It will arrive to you in a Scarlett Willow Designs gift box