Labradorite, a feldspar mineral, is an intermediate to calcic member of the plagioclase series. Basically an unusual mineral, Labradorite exhibits the vibrant presentation of various colors that are caused due to the internal fractures that the stone has, which displays the light back and forth giving the view that the stone is playing with the array of colors that it contains. This effect is popularly known as Labradorescence.
Labradorite has derived its name from the Labrador Coast in eastern Canada. The natives of Labrador have been worshiping this stone since its inception, and they call this stone the “firestone” due to the light-refracting properties that the stone reflects when the light is passed through it. It's a stone that is believed to contain magic. It awakens within the wearer the magical and exquisite abilities and intuitive powers.