Labradorite Massage Wand #2
Labradorite, a member of the plagioclase feldspar group, is a semi- translucent, gray gemstone with a beautiful play of colors called labradorescence. As one turns the stone, one can see flashes of blue, violet and green and sometimes orange and yellow. Labradorite is named from the locality where it was first found: Labrador, Newfoundland. Another variety, spectrolite, is found in FinlandThese Labradorite ergonomically designed massage wands are sure to be a big hit. Approximately 1″W X 4″L. Labradorite is truly a fascinating mineral. Its a mineral whose charm is not usually noticed and may be overlooked if not viewed from the proper angle. Generally a dull, dark looking mineral with no special virtue until the colorful shiller is observed glowing on the surface. Labradorite can produce a colorful play of light across cleavage planes. The usually intense colors range from the typical blues and violets through greens, yellows and oranges. Some rare specimens display all these colors simultaneously.
This specific massage wand does not have a solid hunk of flash, but instead has little pieces of glitter-like flash of blue.
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