Found on Paul's Island near the town of Nain in Labrador, Canada, Labradorite, is truly a beautiful mineral. Its charm may be
overlooked if not viewed from the proper position. It is generally a dull, dark looking mineral with no special virtue until the colorful shiller is observed glowing on
the surface - Labradorite produces a colorful play of light across cleavage planes called "labradorescence." This feature is quite prominent on these marbles,
which display the blue tones typical of this stone. Suitable for collecting, or for play, these marbles are sized at 18mm, or just under 3/4", making them legal shooter
size for US tournament play. These look simply amazing, sparkling in the summer sun! We got these at an amazing price, and are passing the savings on to you! You are
buying one marble, our choice please.