Rainbow Moonstone and Labradorite Necklace 18”
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Rainbow moonstone is a type of feldspar mineral that exhibits a phenomenon known as adularescence, which is a milky, bluish light that appears to shimmer across the surface of the stone. Labradorite is a feldspar mineral that exhibits a phenomenon known as labradorescence, which is a play of iridescent colors that appear to change as the stone is viewed from different angles. A necklace made with these two stones makes for a beautiful and unique piece of jewelry!
The geological type area for labradorite is Paul's Island near the town of Nain in Labrador, Canada and is rated between 6 and 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. It has also been reported in Norway, Finland. Labradorite occurs in mafic igneous rocks and is the feldspar variety most common in basalt and gabbro. Labradorite can display an iridescent optical effect known as labradorescence. In the metaphysical world, Labradorite is considered one of the most powerful protectors creating a shield for auras and helps an individual regain energy.
Rainbow Moonstones is a feldspar, a potassium aluminum silicate with a monoclinic crystal network and a hardness of 6 to 6.5. It is found in India and is distinguished by its varied iridescence. Rainbow Moonstones metaphysically emanates a great vitality, life force and exuberant joy.
Each piece is similar, though no item at Crystal Joys is exactly the same as every item is a unique stone that is non-fabricated. Slight variations in color, size, and shape may exist. Every item at Crystal Joys is true "one of a kind". Contact us if you would like to see the specific stone prior to purchase and we would be happy to send you a picture prior to shipment.