Labradorite is a variety of feldspar of beautiful blue, grey, green, or yellow color or a combination thereof. This stone shows a physical phenomenon called labradorescence.
Labradorite was discovered on an island in Labrador, Canada, in the second half of the 18th century.
An ancient Eskimo legend says that the Northern Lights (also called Aurora Borealis) used to be frozen in the rocks on the Labrador coast. One day an Eskimo soldier using his spear liberated most of the captured light. However, a portion of the light remained captured within the stone, giving off the beautiful colorful light Labradorite produces today at everyone’s delight. It is due to this legend that Labradorite is considered the stone of the Aurora Borealis.
Before getting a bracelet it’s important to know what size it should be. It's good to know what the average size is, but you can measure your own wrist easily.
You should also consider whether or not you want a comfortable or loose fit.
Women sizes: 16 to 20 cm
Men sizes: 18 to 22 cm
How to measure your wrist?
Consult us if you have any doubt or question about the size!
My advise: Choose the recommended medium size depending the type of person: medium small or medium, medium large.
Post-sale service: We will provide a post-sale service to readjust the exact size directly with them once receiving the gift.
Extension chain: When choosing a bracelet or necklace made on a chain, most of them can include an extension chain which enables to adjust easily the size.
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