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This smooth and beautifully polished labradorite oval flashes with intense fiery gold and rosy copper when it catches the light. A thin dark band edged in peacock blue adds visual interest. The flat back of the pendant is equally flashy and beautiful.

The 29mm x 21mm x 6mm (1 3/16" x 13/16" x 1/4") labradorite gemstone is suspended from a graceful, double-sided, vermeil (gold-plated sterling silver) bail. The pendant, including the bail, dangles 37mm (1 1/2") from a 17" 14K gold filled chain that fastens securely with a 14K gold filled lobster claw clasp. The pendant is removable, so you can also use this versatile chain with other pendants that have large enough loops or bails. Please let me know if you would prefer a 16" or 18" chain.

This one-of-a-kind labradorite necklace blazes with gorgeous fiery colors!

When labradorite catches the light, it can shift from subtle silvery gray or gray green to iridescent brilliance. The bright color flashes make it fascinating to watch. Please remember that every labradorite gem flashes its colors as it reflects light, so it can look very different at different angles and in different lighting conditions. In low light, it may appear mostly gray.

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Labradorite Necklace, Labradorite Pendant with Fiery Gold and Copper Flash on a Gold Chain - Fire Glow


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: labradorite, vermeil, 14K gold filled
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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