Also known as Larvikite, this beautiful jewelry-grade blue labradorite has a grey/black background with a chatoyant grey-blue flash. A type of feldspar with a Mohs hardness of 6 to 6-1/2, this striking gemstone is named for the Larvik Fjords in Norway where it was first discovered in the 1880s, and where major deposits are still found. Machine-cut and drilled for consistent size and shape.
Beads are temporarily strung with spacers to protect against chipping.
Beads>Grade B>LabradoriteBeadsGrade BLabradoriteBluesTeardrop25mm & UpNaturalhttp://www.firemountaingems.com/itemdetails/h201254geH201254GEBead, blue labradorite (natural), 25x18mm teardrop, B- grade, Mohs hardness 6 to 6-1/2. Sold per 15-1/2" to 16" strand, approximately 15 beads.//image1.fmgstatic.com/images/p1254geb.jpg16.6116.61As Low As $8.48 per strand