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This trapeze labradorite pendant will instantly enhance all your outfits. Labradorite is a stone belonging to the silicate family. It is usually transparent or opaque and can display a variety of colours such as blue, green or gold. It has beautiful metallic reflections which makes it unique and much appreciated among jewellers. Labradorite is named after the place where it was discovered in 1770: Labrador, Canada. It was formed in metamorphic or magmatic rocks. Its main deposits are located, of course, in Canada, but also in the United States, Mexico, Russia and Madagascar. For the Scandinavians, labradorite is linked to the Aurora Borealis from which its palette of colours and reflections originate. For the Inuit, the Aurora Borealis was enclosed in rocks located in Labrador and when a warrior wanted to free them with his spear, the majority of the lights reached the sky but a few remained on Earth and became iridescent stones.
In 1,000, the Amerindians began to carve this particular rock to create objects. According to a legend, people who were irresistibly attracted to labradorite would have links with the lost continent of Atlantis. According to its history and the legends surrounding it, labradorite is clearly connected with divine beings and is considered as a shield against negative energies. Whether you are attracted by its lithotherapeutic properties (which we will detail below) or by its beauty, the trapeze labradorite pendant is a high quality jewel which allows you to enjoy all the stone’s virtues.