Labradorite

Labradorite is a stunning and rare Feldspar mineral, known for its play of beautiful and lustrous colors like those of the rainbow. Named after a region in Labrador, Canada, where it was discovered in 1770 by Moravian missionaries, this powerful stone continued to emerge in other parts of Canada and all over the world, including the United States, Mexico, South America, and Norway.
In Finland, the Spectrolite (an uncommon variety of labradorite) was found by a sheer accident while a defense line was being built in the eastern border during World War II. Since then, Labradorite is not only considered to be one of the most beautiful stones found on this Earth’s surface, but is believed to carry a spiritual significance due to the uncommon circumstances of its appearance