This is large and impressive piece of labradorite. It is a standing free form that is polished on all its faces. Labradorite is a member of the feldspar family and was first discovered in Labrador Canada in the 1770's and is named after this location. Composed in aggregate layers these refract the light as irredescent flashes of peacock blue, straw yellow, pale greens and reds. All the faces of this polished stone come alive with colour when viewed from different angles.