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Labradorite Freeform 175mm


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An attractive pictorial Labradorite landscape freeform unearthed on the island of Madagascar. The beautiful semi-precious stone admired from the 1770s when named by Moravian Missionaries making landfall in Canada and curated for interiors around the world since that time. Read our full description below...

Type: Labradorite.
Formula: (Ca,Na)(Si,Al)4O8
Origin: Mahajanga jungle, Madagascar.

Approximate measurements.
Height: 9 cm
Width: 17.5 cm
Depth: 5 cm

Approximate weight: 1,166 g

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This example showcasing vivid luminescent reflections of natural light creating a pictorial luminosity. Watch the fossil store video clip below, this reveals the wonderful iridescence of the Labradorite mineral. You may see and view the picture imagery on the polished faceted surface, as the video develops the landscape images of a view through trees, vines or foliage of a fantastical tropical forest overlooking the blue lagoon.

Watch our video clip above, to reveals the wonderful iridescence of the imagery on the polished sculptural freeform. As the video plays through the imagine develops of a tropical forest and blue lagoon seen through trees and vine foliage of a fantastical scene.

Pictorial Labradorite freeform which to the author resembles a view through thick vegetation to an azure sea or lagoon. A member of the plagioclase feldspar series. Highly sought after for its lustres in the jewellery industry and interior world. Labradorite rarely forms crystals, but when they do occur they are fairly tubular and sometimes twinned.

Other cases show occurrences of granular or compact habits. The name derives from one of it's origins in Canada where it was first discovered in Labrador, Peninsula in the 1770s and named by Moravian Missionaries.

Additional Information

Age No
Origin Madagascar