Labradorite is a type of translucent feldspar which displays strong iridescence when viewed from different angles. The name is derived from Labrador which is the main and original source of the Canadian variety of this feldspar stone.
Labradorite exhibits vivid colors of bright aqua, golden yellow, peacock blue, reddish orange, greens and red.
Spectrolite, the most valued type of labradorite, comes from Finland. Labradorite is also found in India, Madagascar, Newfoundland and Russia.