A spear of labradorite surrounded by a cluster of lab and pearl. Breathtaking in it's dimension and fluid in its movement. The oxidized chain makes it both a contemporary and timeless.
It only takes one look at Labradorite’s flashy iridescence to understand where the many native legends about this stone come from. According to native Canadian tribal lore, Labradorite is said to contain the Northern Lights, known as the Aurora Borealis. In the myth, it is believed that the lights were “set free” by one of their ancestors who broke through the rocks with his spear. The lights that remained were set into stone, and thus Labradorite was born. No wonder it is considered one of the most magical stones.
By local artist Rebecca Rose