Flashy bright blue, green and golden hues. Labradorite is know to have a lot of color variety and each stone as unique as the next. It reminds me of how the ocean looks as the sun sets and flashes colors amidst the waves. This simple simple round stacking ring can be worn alone or stacked with a plain band or a stacking ring dawning a different stone to compliment it. The skinny hammered band makes it comfortable and can easily be worn daily and accompany any outfit. Mix it. Match it. Stack it. The choice is yours. Some photos may depict the ring worn with a plain sterling silver stacking band. That is not included. It is available for purchase separately.
Ring Size: Currently made in US Sizes 6-9.5. May also be available in a fancy serrated bezel or plain bezel. Choose your options available in the drop down.
Metal Type: Sterling Silver, stamped .925
Stone Type: Labradorite
Stone Dimensions: 8mm x 8mm round
Ring Dimensions: 9mm x 9mm
Band Width: 1.5 mm
Please allow for slight color variations due to differences in screen monitor colors. Please note that the stone you receive could vary slightly from those pictured as multiple options are available and not all options are pictured here. This ring cannot be resized. Taking the stone out the ring to resize it could risk damage to the stone.
A stone best described a reflection of the Northern Lights with its bright flashes of greens and blue. It’s as if the stone is being lit up by the sky. This shining, flashing color effect is known by of few different names. This is known as the Schiller effect or labradorescence. Labradorite is part of the feldspar family. It can be readily found, however labradorite with deep blue flashy hues are highly sought after. In some cases you can find all colors of the rainbow spectrum in on stone and that would be referred to as spectrolite. Labradorite can be found in Labrador, Canada, Norway and Finland to name a few locations.