This Labradorite drilled stone focal point bead pendant is 40 mm by 13 mm and 9 mm thick.
The back side is pictured upside down (3 and 4th picture) and there is a "growth flaw" (not a chip) on the bottom tip.
It is drilled side to side near its top with a 4 mm hole for stringing on your own cord and using in your own bead creation.
Semi precious gemstone Labradorite cabochons have a background color of dark gray, but they display a beautiful iridescence of rainbow-colored reflections, known as labradorescence, when light hits it in certain directions.
Labradorite is named after where it was first found; Labrador, Canada, although our gemstone cabochon material comes from Madagascar.
Metaphysical Properties: Labradorite cabochons are said to assist the wearer to handle changes, promoting strength and perseverance.