Labradorite (2.0in cube)
This mineral was discovered in 1770 on the Labrador Peninsula in Canada and named "labradorite.
One of its main characteristics is its iridescent glow, which resembles a butterfly or a peacock when viewed from different angles.
This optical phenomenon of labradorite, known as the color play effect, is called "labradorescence.
Even in the same individual piece, the color visible varies depending on the angle, such as yellow or blue. Please try turning the cube to find the labradorescence.
Acrylic resin / mineral (Labradorite / Madagascar)
[ Sola cube Mineral curated ]
Specimens selected by Usagi no Nedoko from among various minerals are enclosed in 4cm and 5cm cubes.
This premium series was created based on the concept of "transmitting the diverse and profound appeal of minerals.
Size and weight
2.0" W × 2.0" D × 2.0" H / 150g-170g
Uniqueness: Packaged minerals are all sourced from nature. They vary in sizes, colors and shapes.
Air bubbles: Each sola cube is carefully hand crafted. During the production process, fine air bubbles or powder like materials may occur inside the cube, however, they are considered not defect.
Cleaning: Please wipe off by soft cloth when cleaning.
Use of chemicals: Fine cracks may occur if cleaned by solutions such as thinner or alcohol.
Temperature: Please avoid the direct sunlight or extremely humid atmosphere. They may cause discoloration or small cracks.