Dims: 3.6 x 3.2 x 2.0" (9.1 x 8.1 x 5.1 cm)
Wt: 15.7 oz. (445 g)
An amorphous lump of semicrystalline Labradorite makes up this hand specimen. It has the standard moderate gray-brown coloration and pearly-to-waxy luster that is standard for this mineral, and shows a dull but colorful iridescence when viewed from certain angles- this iridescence has mostly a pale blue coloration, but one can see patches of green, yellow, and even pale orange. Veins of a dark brown material extend through the Labradorite "matrix"; these veins have a pearly luster that resembles that of mica, and show distinctive layering, though the material is far too hard and flaky to be biotite.