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Labradorite

Labradorite is a semi-precious feldspar mineral first identified in Labrador, Canada. It is naturally dark in color and has an iridescent sheen. 

History:
Ancient people believed Labradorites hold the auspicious Northern Lights in their frozen form which can bring good luck and positivity to its wearer. 

Physical-
Labradorite reduces respiratory problems and benefits the lungs.
This gemstone aids digestion, regulates the body, and keeps the metabolism efficient. 
Additionally, people with eye ailments, body pains, and brain problems benefit from it.
Rheumatism and gout problems can also be treated with it. 

Professional-
This gemstone enables us to make wise decisions.

Psychological-
Labradorite is beneficial for reducing reckless behavior, rebellion, and impulsivity.
It helps the wearer cope with anxiety and distress by calming down the wearer’s emotions. 
People suffering from depression benefit from this stone. 
This gemstone provides motivation to its wearer.
It also reduces addictions that are unhealthy. 
 
Metaphysical:
Due to its connection to the third eye and throat chakra, Labradorite enhances our communication and connects us to the spiritual world. 
Moreover, it enhances both intuitive and analytical skills. 

Labradorite’s price is greatly influenced by various factors such as origin, color, clarity, shape, and carat weight. 

Origin-
Market prices for Labradorites from Finland and Madagascar that appear in red and orange flashes are usually high. 

Color-
Compared to gemstones with fiery orange and red flashes, Labradorite with blue and green flashes is more readily available and sells at lower price points. However, purple and blue Labradorites with strong flashes often hold high value because the more colorful and vivid the flashes, the greater the quality of the Labradorite.

Clarity-
Labradorites usually have eye visible flaws due to their Type 3 ranking in clarity standards. As a result, gemstones with relatively few inclusions, high transparency, and smooth surfaces are rare and highly valued. 

Shape-
Considering the iridescent effect, well-polished Labradorite cabochons are worth a lot more than readily available free-form Labradorites that are relatively cheaper. 

Carat Weight-
Labradorites usually come in large sizes. The value of these gemstones generally increases as their carats increase. 

Labradorite’s quality is greatly affected by various factors including origin, color, clarity, and shape. These factors are listed below-

Origin-
Labradorite is found in-
Madagascar
Canada
Finland
Australia
Africa
Newfoundland
Norway
The United States 
Russia
Due to the spectrum of colors, Spectrolite (Labradorite) is considered the most valuable mineral. 

Color-
Known as labradorescence, Labradorite displays a play of colors. This gemstone appears in gray-green, dark gray, black, or grayish-white, due to the combination of multiple layers which reflects light as flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red.  

Clarity-
Labradorite is graded as Type 3 by clarity standards. Their transparency is opaque to translucent, although they are generally considered opaque gemstones. Natural inclusions happen to occur in Labradorite, so gems with low inclusions and high transparency will sell for a premium. 

Shape-
Labradorite is usually cut into cabochons to enhance the play-of-color and make the display more impressive. Round, oval and pear-shaped Labradorites are more desirable than their free-form counterparts, which are less valuable on the market. 

Labradorite is an interesting gem variety of the Feldspar mineral that exhibits a mesmerizing visual property. It displays bold and colorful internal flashes (metallic luster) when light reflects over its surface. This gemstone lends a mysterious appeal to the jewelry pieces and is also known for having strong healing properties.
The Labradorite is found in India, Finland, Mexico, Madagascar, Newfoundland, Russia and the United States.

Certification
It is always recommended to purchase a Labradorite certified by an independent gem testing laboratory.
Di-Gold is one of the leading providers of loose gemstones and coloured gemstone jewellery online. We always provide 100% natural original gemstones only, along with genuine Lab certificates.
(Beware! Fake labs do exist). 

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