Labradorite and Lab Opal linked bracelet. Lab Opals, or synthetic opals are man made opals that have the same chemical composition, internal structure, physical properties and appearance as natural opals. Often called lab-grown opals, lab-created opals or cultured opals. they can exhibit a spectacular play of color that often exceeds the beauty of many natural precious opals.
Labradorite was first recognized in the region of Labrador, Canada, but it is found in other areas of the world, Finland, Russia, Madagascar, etc. where it sometimes gets the name of spectrolite.
It's believed that labradorite has healing properties, stimulates mental acuity and relieves anxiety and stress.
Labradorite conveys courage and mysticism, linked to the blues, greens and fiery gold colors from the Aurora Borealis, it's a reminder that the greatest healing stones are connected with the elements.
There is a legend that says "once upon a time, an inuit warrior saw that the Aurora had become trapped in a piece of stone, he took a spear and struck the rock to set the light free".
Labradorite displays an iridescent optical effect known as labradorescence. Labradorization is the reflection of the light orientated in one direction