Labradorite is an unusual stone from Labrador, Canada. It shifts colours, moving through shades of grey, pink, brown and purple. The stones often have black or brown inclusions which make the iridescence (or labradorescence as it is also called) more intense.
We have new bezel set labradorite rings at Corky Saint Clair. We have rough cut our labradorites which captures the light, making the stones seemingly glow.
Please watch the video I posted yesterday, to see the ring in action.
A lonewolf is a wolf that lives independently rather than with others.
In the animal kingdom, lone wolves are typically older wolves driven from the pack, perhaps by an alpha male, or young adults in search of new territory. Rather than openly challenge the dominance of the pack leaders, many young wolves between the ages of one and four years leave their family to search for a pack of their own. Some wolves will simply remain lone wolves; as such, these lone wolves may be stronger, more aggressive and far more dangerous than the average wolf that is a member of a pack. Occasionally, a lone wolf will encounter another lone wolf of the opposite sex, and the two may start a new pack.
Sterling silver "Lone Wolf" $120AUD. Available from Corky Saint Clair or here
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