Labradorite is truely a fancinatingly beautiful mineral.
Its a whose charmed
is not fully noticed and may be overlooked if
not viewed from the proper
position. Generally a dull, dark looking mineral with
no special viture until
the colorful shiller is observed glowing on the surface.
Labradorite can produce a colorful play of light across cleavage plans
and in sliced sections called labradorescence.
Color is gray.
Luster is dull.
Transparency crystals are transparent to translucent.
Crystal system is triclinic; bar 1.
Hardness is 6-6.5.
Streak is white.
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