More about Labradorite
Labradorite is a kind of feldspar that is primarily found in Canada and Norway. Indeed, if the name sounds familiar, it's because Labradorite is named for the Canadian region of Labrador. Our Labradorite beads exhibit the labradorescence, or play of colors, that Labradorite is prized for. Shop our faceted and round Labradorite beads to add an unmistakable gleam to your wire jewelry. One of our many Labradorite cabochons will complete the set!
To learn more about Labradorite and its history, read an information and entertaining blog post, written by acclaimed jewelry maker Dale "Cougar" Armstrong, on our Wire-Sculpture jewelry making blog . Click here to go to"Gem Profile: Labradorite."
Wire-Sculpture is committed to keeping thousands of beads for making jewelry in stock, so you always have a source for the beads you need. Use our beads for any beading project. Even if you primarily work in chain maille, try a metallic or glass bead to accent your work — experiment!
We have a giant selection of gemstone beads to match the cabochon gemstones you work with. Jasper beads, quartz beads, and multi-stone assortments are always popular choices. Explore our gemstones to find the perfect stones for your wire jewelry making!