An edgier version of the teardrop earrings.The mixed metals and iridescent labradorite, makes these an eye catching piece.
-Faceted triangle labradorite stone with gold platted detail
-Oxidized sterling silver lever back clasp
About the stone:
In the myths of the northern people, Labradorite is thought to have fallen from the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights). Eskimos believed that the Northern Lights were once trapped in the rocks off the coast of Labrador, but were set free into the air by one of their ancestors who broke one of the rocks with his spear - some of the lights, however, remained trapped in the stone which we now call Labradorite.