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Something blue

by Julia Aufenast September 20, 2011 1 min read

Don’t feel you have to rush out and buy these; if I get stuck with them, it’s not the end of the world… especially the one second from the left!  I have my eye on that one.  These are absolutely spectacular freeform labradorite cabochons with intense blue flash.  They are so bright and lively; no standing on your head and tilting them just so to make them flash, it is almost impossible to see the stone underneath. Madagascan labradorite, so you have a lovely, pale and transparent stone, glittering with the specks of mica that are so characteristic of this location. You can find them here:  http://www.joopygems.com/labradorite-freeform-cabochons/.

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