Feldspar, the class of minerals that makes up the majority of the earth’s crust, includes labradorite. Labradorite has been a highly sought-after stone for usage in jewellery ever since it was discovered.

Paul’s Island is where labradorite was first discovered. This island is located in north-eastern Canada’s Labrador. Its name comes from the Labrador Peninsula, a region that was once a source of a particular type of feldspar stone used in Canada.

Although labradorite is not regarded as a traditional birthstone, some sources contend that it is frequently connected to August births, as well as February and March in some instances.

Product Details:

A silver Laborite silver ring weighing 1.5 carats. A beautiful sparkling silver stones below the edge.

Gemstone: Spectrolite

Colour: Pale blue

Shape: Cushion

Origin: Norway

Weight: 1.5 carat

Silver Weight: 3.24g

Stone Weight: 0.3g

Birthstone: August

Zodiac Sign: Libra

Benefits of Laborite Ring:

A very spiritual stone, labradorite is thought to be especially beneficial for those who tend to overwork. This is why the stone is used frequently to cultivate “inner magic” and is linked to protection, strength, and intuition.

  • Promotes self-confidence and dispels bad energy, insecurity, and fear.
  • Treats anxiety and increases a person’s sense of tranquilly.
  • It boosts faith and confidence.
  • Improves mental faculties.
  • Energy balances, bringing your reality into the world.
  • A source of luck for calamities.
  • Empowers and fosters spiritual development.
  • Reduces respiratory issues, gout, colds, coughs, and physical pain.

How to care the Laborite Ring?

We suggest cleaning labradorite with a straightforward procedure involving mild dish soap, warm water, and a microfiber cloth. Wipe the stone’s surface gently after soaking the towel in warm, soapy water. In order to prevent soapy residue from remaining, be sure that all of the soap has been washed out.


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