Stone of Madagascar Labradorite
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Stone of Madagascar Labradorite.
It is named after it was discovered in 1770 in Canada in the Province of Labrador.
In the first appearance, its surface looks dark, but it is enough to tilt it and play with the light to see a set of colours with a metallic sheen, mainly blue, green and gilded.
Often even the unpolished side of the stone has this color play.
Model A weight:173g Height about 9.5cm
Model B weight:279g Height about 9.5cm
Model C weight:330g Height about 11.5cm
Model D weight:506g Height about 11.5cm
Model E weight:178g Height 12.5cm
Model F weight:422g Height 14.5cm
Model G weight:1.3Kg Height 21cm
Model H weight:1.13Kg Height 12.5cm
Model I weight:1.69Kg Height 19.5cm
Model J weight:764g Height about 12cm
Model K weight:503g Height about 9cm
Model L weight:464g Height about 10cm