Labradorite Ring 6.25
Stunning flash of light in this labradorite stone in this slender,high dome stone. Light picks up on gray and green hues.
Accordingly to aboriginal legend, the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) was captured in the labradorite stone, much of it found along the shorelines of Labrador, Canada. A warrior released some of the light b striking the stone with his spear. The light that remains in stone is the flash of colorsthat makes this stone so intriguing and beautiful.
All pieces are handmade and hand finished. Each piece is made individually making each a one of a kind. Imperfection is inherent in natural products and those handmade. I take care in the maker process; however a variety of conditions may result in a piece with a slight mar, blemish or mark. Most are not visible to the non-maker eye and I consider them all part of the creativemaker process. A reminder that the piece is not manufactured, but carefully designed and handmade with intention.