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I like that this piece - in addition to being a palm piece - stands nicely, with a subtle pyramidal shape. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically. From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. I like that this piece - in addition to being a good sized palm piece - stretches itself out like a pyramid. In almost any type of stone, this is a more unusual occurrence. Of course, the colors are great. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically. Also, it's essentially a laser wand, you'll feel that, I hope (I certainly did) when you hold it.
I like that this piece - in addition to being a good sized palm piece - has section of grey black Pyrite material. Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a an iridescent tarnish of copper ore, enhanced through an acid wash. This is from Zacateacas, Mexico, and as a stone, it resembles a non-translucent version of Labradorite, energetically. From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable.
From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. From Finland originally, this Spectrolite (essentially identical to Labradorite), was sent to India for carving & polishing into the archetypal Lingam shape (before being shipped again, to the USA). An unusual combination, very desirable. This boulder opal is from Coober Pedy, in South Australia, and displays some modest green flash. However, it is only about a tenth of an inch thick as the rest of the stone is matrix. But it makes a great hand piece, and if you resonate with Opal, there's nothing quite like it. it also has a Petrified Wood vibration. Holding it and rubbing the polished opal part with the thumb is a good way of working with it.
Labradorite sphere 2
Our Price: $80.00
Labradorite sphere 1
Our Price: $90.00
Good sized piece, stand majestically, and showcases the polished & natural look of Labradorite (through which the iridescence also shows). This good sized sphere has a 'twin' (in case you'd like a pair), double check that one or the other hasn't sold. This good sized sphere has a 'twin' (in case you'd like a pair), double check that one or the other hasn't sold. Better yet, Message us, as we have several.
Labradorite pyramid
Our Price: $110.00
Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. Gorgeous color on the Amethyst, surrounded by yellow Rutile, and what we believe to be Garnet, and Prehnite. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-23. Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. We have named the Emerald as such, because of its look, but we cannot vouch for certain that's what it is. The others are obvious. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-29.
Impressive collection of stones on a backplate, all quality Sterling setting. Gorgeous color on the Amethyst, surrounded by yellow Rutile, and what we believe to be Garnet, Citrine, and Prehnite. What you see in the photo - combined with your own judgment, taste, and our best estimate - is the most we can promise. The seller did now know for sure either, and the item # (what's written on the back of the tag) is I-24. Among Labradorites, there are several varieties. This is the rare, striated form, which is further enhance by having been cut perfectly into a disc/lens form, and set expertly in a Sterling wrap. Super distinctive piece. Contact us for customer wrapping.