Labradorite Earrings - Squared Flair
The Squared Flair Labradorite Earrings may look bare and subtle in its design aspect, but it is not celebrated for its aesthetics. It is feted for its natural wonders. The Labradorite gem was first discovered in the Isle of Paul, near Nain Labrador in Canada by Moravian missionaries in 1770. It struck them as a magical crystal for its awe-inspiring play of color that’s linked to the Aurora Borealis.
The champagne-colored variety of Labradorite is called the Golden Labradorite and is deemed as rare, while a gaudy variety that displays the full color spectrum is called the Spectrolite, found in Finland in the 1940s.