Labradorite is a feldspar mineral known for its remarkable iridescence, displaying various colours like blue, green, yellow, orange, and red. This effect, known as labradorescence, is due to light refracting within its layers. Chemically, labradorite is a calcium and sodium aluminium silicate that typically forms in igneous rocks. The primary sources of labradorite include Canada, particularly in Labrador (after which it's named), Madagascar, Australia, Norway, Mexico, and the United States.
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