gorgeous triangular shaped LABRADORITE from Finland (sometimes called Spectrolite), set organically in silver the choker is made in solid silver, with a brushed patina
the LABRADORITE pendant is removable, so you can wear the choker all on its own as well
the choker is slightly adjustable
size labradorite: 48 x 45 x 10 mm choker inner length: 32 cm choker thickness: 3 x 3 mm
each DDsthlm jewelry piece is handmade by Desirée at the studio in Stockholm.
"Labradorite is a highly spiritual stone, with a gorgeous magical rainbow-phenomena called Labradoresence. Labradorite brings one's innate magical powers to surface. Wearing it charges you with a sense of excitement and adventure, It enhances the mental and intuitive abilities of clairvoyance, telepathy and prophecy. It helps communication with higher guides and spirits in accessing Akashic records, psychic readings and past-life recall. Labradorite calms an overactive mind and energizes the imagination, bringing in new ideas. It has within it a deeply felt resonance that is very powerful, and it can be used to bring amazing changes to your life. Labradorite is a powerful protector of the aura, preventing energy leakage.
Labradorite is, in every sense, a Stone of Magic, a crystal of shamans, diviners, healers, and all who travel and embrace the universe seeking wisdom and guidance. Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis, an ordinary stone that transforms to the extraordinary, shimmering in a mystical light that separates the waking world from unseen realms.
Referred to as the "temple of the stars", Labradorite is thought to bring the light of other planetary beings to the soul of the user. Its labradorescence is believed to be of extra-terrestrial origins, and enclosed in the mineral to bring the evolved energies from other worlds to the Earth plane.
Labradorite was named after Labrador in Canada, the location in which it was first found in 1770. Rarer varieties of Labradorite include Spectrolite, an intense variety displaying the entire color spectrum, discovered in Finland in the 1940s.