Labradorite Heart


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Feel connected to the Universe and all beings.

Strengthen your intuition and psychic gifts.

See the truth and cut through all illusions.

Transcend to higher levels of consciousness.

Let Labradorite inspire you to reach for the stars!

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Healing Properties of Labradorite

Spiritual: Labradorite evokes the energy of the stars and the awe-inspiring Aurora Borialis and Aurora Australis.  It is a stone of Great Magic, awakening our natural gifts and connecting us to a mysterious world in which all things are possible.  Labradorite is a stone for mystics, shamans, druids, and anyone whose spiritual life follows the “Old Path.”  It cuts through illusions to reveal the heart of truth.  Labradorite amplifies psychic gifts of all sorts, increases intuition and awareness, and connects us to Universal Energies.  It offers protection during ritual work and can help us to smoothly move between realms. Labradorite is attuned to ALL the Chakras and linked to the astrological signs of Leo, Scorpio,  and Sagittarius It is connected to the element of Wind and vibrates to the numbers 6 and 7.

Emotional: Labradorite has a sweet calming effect on the heart, helping us to be more contemplative and less given to irrational emotions.  It reveals forgotten memories and can help us to calmly process through uncomfortably aspects of our past and present. Labradorite helps us to understand the beliefs that control our emotional state, allowing us to choose new beliefs that better serve our Highest Good and will lead to peace and happiness in our daily life.  It is a particularly good stone to work with while undergoing therapy, as it can help us to shed negative energy, particularly fear, and increase our confidence and trust levels.

Mental: Labradorite stimulates imagination and creativity, while also encouraging analysis and logic. It invites us to see the world with a child-like wonder and to be more curious about the natural and spiritual worlds. It encourages us to ask more questions and to be open to unusual answers as long as they have a rational basis.  Labradorite deepens self-reflection and contemplation, linking intellectual thought processes with intuitive wisdom.  It is a valuable tool during times of transition and transformation, helping our mind to calming shift into new modes so that we can best take care of our physical and emotional bodies.

Physical: Labradorite is a recommended when something is wrong with the physical body but we can’t figure out what is causing the problem or how to heal it.  It offers support when we are confused and frustrated with our body and/or with medical professionals.  Labradorite reminds us that medicine is still a young science and there is much we still need to learn about the body’s inner workings.  Labradorite helps us to stay calm, patient and curious while our healthcare team searches for answers.  Labradorite helps us to see hidden patterns and be open to a variety of treatments.  But it reminds us to carefully consider all the variables at stake and to do our best to be wise in our healthcare choices.  Labradorite is also a good talisman for elders who are at a higher risk for colds, flus, rheumatism and other winter illnesses.

Always use wisdom when considering crystal therapies for healing.

Mineralogy of Labradorite

Labradorite (Benenitra District, Tuléar Province, Madagascar)

Mineral Family: Feldspar

Chemical Composition: NaAISIO8] to CaAl2 Si2  O8 
Cleavage: Perfect
Color: Dark gray to grey-black with colorful iridescence
Crystal System: Triclinic
Form/Habit: Massive
Fracture: Uneven, splintery, brittle
Gravity: 2.65-2.75
Hardness: 6-6.5
Luminescence: Violet (long wave) / Red (short wave)
Luster: Pearly
Streak: White
Transparency: Translucent, opaque

Location:  Labradorite deposits are found in Brazil, Canada, Finland, India, Madagascar, Mexico, Norway, Russia, Sri Lanka, and the United States.labradorite-mine-locations

Mineral Family: Labradorite is a Feldspar, which is in turn a Silicate mineral. Silicate minerals are the largest family of minerals, including more than 25% of all known minerals and 40% of all common minerals. In addition to being a major part of the Earth’s crust, Silicate minerals have also been found on the moon and in meteorites. Silicates are minerals which contain the elements Silicon (a light gray shiny metal) and Oxygen (a colorless gas). There are six main groups of Silicate minerals, and these main groups are further subdivided into secondary subdivisions, such as Quartz and Feldspar. Feldspar is a large mineral family in its own right and is subdivided into Alkali Feldspars (rich in Potassium – for example, Amazonite) and Plagioclase Feldspars (rich in Calcium – for example, Sunstone).  Labradorite is a Plagioclase Feldspar.

Formation: Labradorite is formed in mafic igneous rocks such as Basalt and Gabbo.  It grows in crystalline masses that can range in size from microscopic to over a yard or more in length. On rare occasions, it grows tabular crystals. Labradorite is characterized by multiple layers of Feldpsar that grow on top of one another.  When light shins through these thin layers it results in a brilliant play of iridescence color, known as the “Schiller effect”. The most common colors are blue, green and gold. But depending on the local, the pink, purple and a rainbow of colors may also be seen. 

Mining: Typically mined from the primary deposits still having their original relationship with the host rock.

Enhancements: All Labradorites on the market are natural enhanced only by tumbling, cutting and polishing.  Their iridescent colors are fully natural. 

Synonyms: Spectrolite

Map courtesy of TravelBlog
Photos: Rough Labradorite

History of Labradorite

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Labradorite (Nain Complex, Labrador, Canada)

Labradorite is a relatively new stone for the metaphysical community and was not included in any of the ancient lapidaries, texts that describe gemstones and their powers. True Labradorite was first documented in the late eighteenth century in Labrador, Canada, from which it gets its name.  Labradorite displays brilliant flashes of iridescent blue, green and gold, a play of colors known as “labradorescence” or “Schller Effect.”  This effect is caused by the scattering of light on thin layers of a secondary Feldspar that has grown on top of an initial Feldspar.  Labradorite is typically a greyish-green or blue stone, but can also be white or even colorless.

Labradorite was first documented in 1770 on Paul’s Island in Labrador, Canada.  Labrador is located in north-eastern Canada, and is still mostly populated by First Nation peoples. According to one Eskimo legend, long ago in the ancient days the flashing Northern Lights were all trapped in rocks along the Labrador coast. One day a mighty warrior came to the area and freed the lights by hitting the rocks with his spear. Most of the Northern Lights were freed and today flash across the wintry sky.  But in a few places, the Lights remained trapped and can be seen today in Labradorite’s shimmering colors.

Aurora Borealis, Labrador
Labradorite Madagascar
Spectrolite / Labradorite (Tuléar Province, Madagascar)

A closely related stone, Spectrolite, looks very similar to Labradorite but exhibits a fuller play of colors and an astonishingly high degree of labradorescence. In addition to Labrodorites’s flashing blue, green and gold colors, Spectrolite may also shine pink, and purple.  Spectrolite was initially found in Finland during the twentieth century, and then later in Madagascar and other locals.  The Madagascar Spectrolite is widely sold as Labradorite, and today few collectors are even aware of the difference between the two stones.  Generally speaking, the name Spectrolite is used today primarily as a branding name for the minerals coming from the Finnish quarries.

Photos: Canadian LabradoriteNorthern LightsMadgascar Labradorite

Ethically Sourced Labradorite Heart


The Miners sell directly to the Lapidary. 

The Lapidary sells directly to Moonrise Crystals. 

Moonrise Crystals sells directly to you.










The Supply Chain

The Supply Chain is short and clean.

The Mine and Lapidary are located in the same country.



The Mine

This Labradorite was artisanally mined in Madagascar.  

The exact deposit is unknown, but most likely caused only minor environmental damage,

and would have been relatively low risk for miners. 

Learn More: Ethical Mining


The Lapidary

This Labradorite was polished in Antananarivo, Madagascar.    

The Lapidary is owned by a woman and is a family business. 

Factory workers have safe conditions and are paid fairly.

The Lapidary is also the direct-importer & sells exclusively at large gem shows.

Learn More: Ethical Lapidary


Sourcing Relationship

I first met the owner of the lapidary at the 2006 Gem and Mineral show in Tucson, Arizona. At that time I was working for a crystal shop in Utah and was at Tucson primarily as a “pack mule” to help carry all the stones. It was generally agreed by our crew that the “Madagascar” tent contained the most beautiful stones in the entire show.

In 2014, I embarked on my first buying trip for Moonrise Crystals.  The company I knew of only as “Madagascar” was the one company I was most determined to find and buy from. This lapidary company only sells at a handful of major gem shows.  The only time they are in the USA is for the Tucson Gem Show. During the rest of the year, the lapidary hand polishes their stock and also does charity work in their local community.  They continue to offer some of the most beautiful tumbled stones in the industry and are among my favorite suppliers.

In 2019, Moonrise Crystals and the Madagascar lapidary company joined together to financially support a rural school in Madagascar.

Safe Handling of Labradorite


What You’ll Receive: A 100% natural Labradorite

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal.  If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Origin: Madagascar

Polishing Method: Polished by hand, one stone at a time. Each heart is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.


  • Color: Greenish, with iridescent multi-colored flash, typically blue, green, and gold. May also be pink or purple
  • Polish: Shiny and smooth
  • Quality: AAA
  • Shape: Puffy heart
  • Size: Average size is 2 x 2 x .5 in / 50 x 50 x 13 mm
  • Transparency: Opaque
  • Weight: Average weight is 3 oz / 85 g / 425 carats

Shipping: Next business day – Domestic First Class averages 3-7 days.  International First Class averages 2-3 weeks.


  1. Madeline M (Pennsylvania)

    Thank you for the gorgeous stones–I love them all so much, so very very much! I have the gorgeous flashy labradorite sitting next to me right now–it is such a beautiful stone. I am so appreciative for all these wonderful things, and for the care you put into choosing and packing them, it truly means so much. Thank you for brightening our days, and for being such a light.

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