Labradorite Top Polished
Curious Minds Did You Know? While Charles Lyell is widely known geologist, historians believe his wife, Mary Horner Lyell (1808-1873), was a great geologist and conchologist and made significant contributions to his work but never given the credit she deserved.
Labradorite is an iridescent Feldspar mineral first found in Labrador Canada. Valued for its lustrous metallic reflections that are said to resemble a butterfly's wing! This play of colour or shiller is aptly known as labradorescence.
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