Labradorite is a Canadian gemstone that comes from several places in Newfoundland, including Tabor Island, Cornerbrook, and various parts of Labrador. It has also been found in the Canadian North West Territories and Nunavut. It is a chatoyant stone (colors flash on different angles), usually blue and green with pinks, yellows, purples, and other colors on occasion. Good labradorite will have a bright flash or play of colors when turned different angles. As Canadian mines have depleted, the majority of the Labradorite now available is from Madagascar.
Some believe labradorite is a reenergizing stone, enabling a person to work longer and more productively without tiring.