This piece of Labradorite came from a stone that Jake purchased at a rock shop in North Carolina. The stone came from Madagascar, where most of the world’s labradorite is mined, although it can be found in other places. This piece flashes as it turns in the light, displaying the colors that make labradorite so desirable. The stone is set in a copper setting, with the copper bezel flanked by pieces of round sterling silver wire as an accent. The bracelet is thick copper and has a smooth finish.
|Dimensions||3 × 2 × 1 in|