Chunky Raw Labradorite Necklace (LS119)
Labradorite is a fascinating stone, imbued with what seems to be the essence of the Aurora Borealis.
These are rough cut raw labradorite stones (approx. 2cm long on average) which I've strung onto doubled nylon cord, knotted at the back and here between each of the stones at the front as well as here and there at the sides, for security and drape.
It is so difficult to photograph labradorite - it really needs movement to see all the flash and fire in the stones, in blues, greens, turquoises and golds. And the overall colour varies between grey and a sort of light brown, but mostly grey.
I love the bohemian look of raw stones but labradorite - well that adds another dimension!
The necklace is 22.5" (57.5cm) long and fastens with a Karen Hill Tribe (higher pure silver content than sterling silver) silver toggle clasp. All other metal parts are sterling silver.