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Stone of Madagascar Labradorite
Slice of natural Agate with rhinestone
Labradorite stone from Madagascar
It takes its name from the fact that it was discovered in 1770 in Canada in the Labrador Province.
At first sight, its surface looks dark, but you just have to tilt it and play with the light to see a set of colors appear with a metallic shine, mainly blue, green and gold.
Dimensions: 874g h12cm L2cm p4,5cm
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