About Andesine Labradorite?

Answer Sold online, on television shopping networks and at mall jewelers, a new popular stone is stirring up controversy and turning heads. It's the andesine-labradorite--a typically red or orange gem, sp... Read More »

Top Q&A For: About Andesine Labradorite

What is andesine labradorite?

According to the National Jeweler Network, andesine labradorite is a gemstone in the feldspar classification of minerals. Feldspar is found in the earth's crust. Andesine labradorite is often sold ... Read More »

How to Cut Labradorite?

Labradorite is found in a wide range of colors, with blues and greens being the most common and reds and yellows considered somewhat rare. With a measurement of 1.52 to 1.56 on the Refractive Index... Read More »

Where is the origin of labradorite?

The Glimmer Dream jewelry website reports labradorite originates from the Labrador coast of eastern Canada. Labradorite was taken to Europe by Moravian missionaries working with the Inuit people of... Read More »

What Are the Spiritual Properties of Labradorite?

Labradorite, a plagioclase feldspar originally found in Labrador, Canada, is a stone of myth and legend. Said to be bits of the Aurora Borealis that fell to Earth, labradorite has healing qualitie... Read More »