Collection: Labradorite

Labradorite ranges in color from the typical gray blue to green, purple, yellow, pink and more. They can also display an iridescent sheen. Labradorite crystals are the symbol of mysticism that also promotes courage. It’s a great healing crystal that will help you connect with your creativity and higher consciousness.

I carry a large variety of Labradorite options that may come in forms such as tumbled and freeform pieces as well as practical items like coaster slabs, bowls and more. We even have some beautiful crystal jewelry and carvings! Read more about the labradorite meaning at the bottom of the page!

What is Labradorite?

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Besides one of my personal favorites of course haha. Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar mineral family. This crystal is formed when heat and pressure mix a specific combination of minerals. The mixture then slowly cools down and hardens separating into layers and making inclusions at the same time. This is what would give the crystals that multicolor shimmering that refracts light in the colors of peacock blue, pale green, gold, orange and so much more. The most common type is the blue variety which can appear in shades from pale blue and blue mixed with green to even deeper hues.

Labradorite crystal is also known as the Aurora Borealis gemstone and originates from Labrador, Canada, and the flashes of color that show when labradorite is polished and cut at the perfect angle is called “labradorescence”.  These flashes happen within the stone and are not actually part of the coloring of the stones. Instead, light travels through the various cracks and layers and, in return, reflects colorful flashes that can be seen on the surface. 

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You have probably also heard of ‘Spectrolite’ in reference to Labradorite as well.  For the most part, it is a reference to labradorite specifically found in Finland, and has become a ‘commercial’ name for it.  Although some believe it is interchangeable with labradorite that provides a full spectrum or ‘gem grade’ quality of labradorite. Read more below.

Labradorite stone is a solid stone with a 6- 6.5 score on the Mohs scale, but it still can be scratched by other harder crystals. An interesting phenomenon that appears in this crystal is the schiller optical effect that’s also called labradorescence. It’s caused by sub microscopical formations oriented in one direction which aid in the reflection of the light.


What does Labradorite look like?

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Labradorite is an opaque gray stone that can have iridescent “flashes” of color. These flashes of color can make the stone look blue, green, yellow, orange, red and many colors in between.  Pink and purple labradorite have become highly sought after colors lately! Labradorite stone is mainly found in large chunky masses and has a grainy plastic-like texture. Unpolished labradorite looks very different once it’s been polished although beautiful in its own way. The stone goes from a gray (some almost brown or black even) color with a rough texture to a colorful and shiny smooth stone.


Where is Labradorite Found?

Labradorite can be found in various locations across the globe. Finland and Norway are notable sources of Labradorite, known for their high-quality specimens displaying vibrant flashes of blue, green, and gold. Madagascar is another significant producer, offering a range of Labradorite varieties with intense color displays and remarkable clarity. Most of what you see on the market today is from Madagascar.

In China, Labradorite crystal is found in limited quantities, often exhibiting unique patterns and hues. The United States is also home to Labradorite deposits, with notable occurrences in states such as Oregon, New York, and Maine. However, it is in Canada's Labrador region where Labradorite received its name, as it was first discovered there. Labradorite from Labrador showcases exceptional iridescence and is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.


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What Is the Difference Between Labradorite and Spectrolite?

Labradorite and spectrolite are both mesmerizing stones known for their iridescent play of colors, but they do have some distinct differences. I believe spectrolite is also a trademarked name? Labradorite is a more common variety, while spectrolite is a specific type of labradorite found in Finland. The main distinction lies in the intensity and range of colors displayed. Labradorite typically exhibits a vibrant blue, green, or gold play of colors, while spectrolite showcases a wider spectrum of vivid hues, including intense blues, purples, oranges, and even flashes of red.  The flashes also seem to be a different layout with Spectrolite having more detailed colors and labradorite having a wider overall flash.

Another difference is the availability and rarity of the two stones. Labradorite is widely available and can be found in various locations around the world, while spectrolite is considered more rare and is primarily sourced from specific mines in Finland. Both Labradorite and spectrolite possess a unique and captivating beauty, but spectrolite's unparalleled color range sets it apart as a truly extraordinary gemstone.

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Labradorite Meaning

Labradorite is known as the Stone of Transformation and the Stone of Courage which perfectly fit the benefits it has. It also calms overthinking and increases the imagination and artistic ambitions. Labradorite meaning can additionally bring many positive effects for the Throat Chakra as it is connected to it. As a result, you can expect an increase in using your voice and speaking your truth. This crystal can also be used for the Third Eye Chakra in order to connect to the higher purpose and enhance psychic abilities.

This stone is also often referred to as the "Stone of Magic" due to its ability to enhance intuition and psychic abilities.

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Labradorite meaning can be incorporated in your life in many ways. It’s an ideal way to bring peace in your home when placed in a Feng Shui manner. You can also put it in your office or studio to boost creativity, inspiration and ability for clear communication. Labrodorite towers on your desk or in the entrance to your office are great for this! If you want to get the most out of this gemstone while enjoying its endless beauty, you can opt for Labradorite necklaces and rings. Labradorite crystals are also the perfect fit for people that are looking for powerful healing against the anxieties and stressors in their life, and they can enhance this effect by combining it with Amethyst. This stone is known as a beautiful gift especially for the Pisces zodiac signs!

This stone is referred to as the dreamers stone and it is said to help you connect with higher realms, the divine, and your inner wisdom. It is also thought to bring mental clarity and reduce stress and anxiety, making it a perfect stone to incorporate into your meditation routine.

Labradorite Uses

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Labradorite is a versatile gemstone that can be used in a variety of ways, including jewelry making, meditation, and crystal healing. It is often found in pendants, earrings, and bracelets, and can also be used as a decorative element in the home.

Whether you are drawn to labradorite for its mystical properties or simply its natural beauty, it is a gemstone that is sure to enchant and inspire.


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Wearing Labradorite jewelry is like adorning yourself with a shimmering shield of mystical and transformative energies. Labradorite is celebrated for its captivating play of iridescent colors, known as labradorescence, which is believed to hold the essence of the Northern Lights within it. Beyond its mesmerizing beauty, Labradorite is revered for its metaphysical properties. It's often seen as a stone of protection, deflecting negative energies and psychic attacks. Labrodorite is also regarded as a powerful tool for enhancing intuition and spiritual awareness, encouraging individuals to trust their inner wisdom and embark on a journey of self-discovery. Wearing Labradorite jewelry can promote a sense of balance and harmony while stimulating one's creativity and self-expression. It's a versatile gemstone that not only complements various styles but also serves as a wearable talisman for personal growth, transformation, and the exploration of one's true potential.

Crystals That Work With Labradorite

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Labradorite synergizes beautifully with several crystals, enhancing its inherent properties and expanding its energetic influence. One crystal that harmonizes well with Labradorite is Amethyst, known for its spiritual and intuitive abilities. When combined, Labradorite and Amethyst create a potent combination for accessing higher realms, enhancing psychic awareness, and promoting spiritual growth. Rainbow Moonstone is another crystal that complements Labradorite, amplifying its iridescent energies and deepening the connection to one's intuition and inner wisdom.

The Black Tourmaline crystal, a powerful protective stone, can be used alongside Labradorite to create a grounded and shielded space, preventing the absorption of negative energies while allowing the transformative energies of Labradorite to flourish. Quartz Crystal, with its amplifying properties, can intensify the energies of Labradorite, magnifying its vibrancy and enhancing its spiritual and healing qualities. By combining Labradorite with these crystals and others such as Lepidolite, Selenite, or Blue Kyanite, one can create a synergistic energy field that promotes spiritual awakening, intuitive abilities, emotional balance, and protection, harnessing the full potential of Labradorite's captivating energy. 


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More About Labradorite

This stone rates a 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, making it equal in strength with steel. Although labradorite is quite tough, it usually contains many fractures throughout its structure and should be worn with care if it’s in your jewelry.

Chakra: Third eye and Crown

Labradorite Localities: Canada, Madagascar, China, Australia, Slovakia, and the USA, although the giant bulk that people are familiar with comes from Madagascar these days.

Birthstone: Labradorite is not a birthstone but sources show that it is connected to individuals born in February and March.

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