Labradorite tumblestones look fairly grey but have many colours that reflect from below the surface. Each tumblestone reflects in a different way and from different areas. It does not reflect all over as say a stone like golden tiger's eye probably would. They are very unusual and interesting to look at.
More About Labradorite Labradorite has a slight iridescence on the surface, which occasionally flames in patches of peacock blue and light copper. This luminescence reminds us of distant worlds and galaxies, and so links us to the stars and reminds us that everything that happens in life has a reason. Labradorite helps give form to our intuition, so can be useful to writers and teachers who are expressing ideas in verbal form. It helps us to enjoy the good times, because nothing lasts forever, and to take hope when times are hard, because it is only a matter of time before things take a turn for the better again.