Akin to capturing the azure blue sky in crystal clear water, the Labradorite radiates with a shimmering mystical luminescence, its allure ever-changing with each vantage it is viewed from.
As blue as the Morpho Butterfly, with a quivering blue radiance, Labradorites display an iridescent visual effect known as labradorescence. This is the result of the reflection of external light on different layers of compounds within the gem.
Labradorite is named after its original source in Labrador, Canada.
A variety of the moonstone, it is the birthstone for June.