Labradorite is a gemstone that acquired its name from the place it was found: Labrador, Canada. It has a unique character of showing its hidden colors of blue, green, yellow, orange, red, and even purple as effervescent in light. I’ve wrapped this natural and unpolished Labradorite stone with heavy bronze/copper wire to show strength. Labradorite is a medium hard stone measuring 5 to 6 on the hardness scale.
Although it may appear as though its laying loose within a cage of wire, its actually quite secure and not loose at all. I purposely kept the wire at a distance so as not to cover up the natural beauty of the stone. The style of this necklace could certainly be worn by either a man or a woman. However, with the strength of the heavier wire and the natural unpolished look of the stone, the guys just might like it more.
More Labradorite information can be found at this link. https://thecrystalcouncil.com/crystals/labradorite