Black Rock Labradorite Ring

Black Rock Labradorite Ring


Labradorite gemstone cabochon set in blackened concrete, on a smooth oxidised silver band.

Labradorite, often called "Rainbow Moonstone", is a member of the feldspar family. Labradorite is composed of aggregate layers that refract light in the most captivating way know as “labradorescence”, exhibiting beautiful iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green and coppery red.

Oxidized silver is true sterling silver, but it’s surface has been intentionally darkened. This patina, a surface color that occurs when the silver is introduced to sulfides, is a sped up version of the natural tarnishing process. A layer of silver sulfide forms on the exterior of the metal giving it a blackened look. Over time and depending on the amount of wear you give your pieces, the oxidized finish will polish off and the true color of the silver will shine through.‘Concrete’ made with an epoxy resin.

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