Labradorite is in a class by itself - one of those gemstones that appears to change like a magician behind a cape. Every move, twist, and turn reveals depths and colors, subtleties, and flashes of Morpho butterfly wing bounty.
At the top of the desired pieces are those that exhibit peacock hues of blues and greens in flashes and bands of color. Such is the front of this pendant.
Typical of the stone, sometimes it appears gray, seafoam green, or darker gray. But move it and as it is worn, it lights up with strong swathes of color. (See video).
A large oval is sculpted flat on both sides. A tactile and sculptural 18k gold matching bale is embellished with a cabochon oval of labradorite, also exhibiting a vivid blue sheen.
Turn it over, the reverse is quieter with only subtle touches of blue and green and overall is greenish gray, tan and deeper shades of moss.