Labradorite is a grey stone with a mystical green-blue shimmer. Inuit lore claims it originally fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis. According to science, it's part of the Feldspar family and its glow is because of the way the layers of minerals refract light. This type of iridescence is so unique, it is called labradorism, and this quality is so unusual we can't help but dream it really does encapsulate the northern lights.
Mystics have attributed many meanings to labradorite, from visions and healing to awaking one's inner magical powers. Our favorite meaning is self-discovery: a stone of magic for those who seek knowledge and guidance. Believe the mystics or don't- we'll take any excuse to sport this unpredictable beauty.