The Stone With 'Glowing' Ice Inside
The bright blue light inside the Labradorite beads is a unique optical effect called adularescence, which can be seen as you move the stone around in the light. Only the highest quality Labradorite stones show this unique blue light.

Discovered in 1770 in Labrador, Canada, this stone had great mythical significance for Inuit tribes. That’s because some Inuit believed that the dancing lights of the Northern Lights are the dancing lights of their ancestors. They march and dance to remind the living people of their presence. Because of Labradorites striking colors and connection to the Northern Lights, it has long been a treasured gemstone.