About this Mala:
108 8mm Labradorite Mala beads with Peking jade, African turquoise and golden brass markers, finished with an African turquoise guru bead and teal tassel.
Labradorite first appeared in 2003, which makes it a relatively new gemstone. What makes it different than most other gemstones is its faint metallic luster known as labradorescence. Iridescence allows Labradorite to exhibit various ranges of color depending on the viewed angle. Labradorite belongs to the feldspar group of minerals, which is Earth’s most abundant mineral group. Feldspars make up nearly 60% of the Earth’s crust. Labradorite is found near Labrador, Canada, and is also found in Norway and various other locations worldwide.
Labradorite: Stone of adventure. It activates psychic abilities and connections to other worlds. It also protects from the desire to control others, allowing focus instead on self-empowerment.
All malas have a 30 day guarantee to protect from breakage. Complimentary Brocade Mala Bag included!