Labradorite is a feldspar gem with a vibrant blue, orange, or gray color that reflect light off of twinning surfaces within the stone. It owes its namesake to Labrador in Canada, and can be found in abundance near there and Finland, with small deposits present in Oregon, Madagascar and India. Chemically, this mineral is composed of a (Na,Ca)(Al,Si)4O8 matrix, with sodium and calcium levels often exceeding 50%.
6.00 - 6.50
2.550 - 2.760