approximate hole size: .75mm
approximately 66 beads per strand
Larvikite, also known as Black Labradorite, is a dark grey stone with speckled black inclusions that often appears with blue irredscense. Despite its similar appearance, this stone is not a true variation of Labradorite. Larvikite is named after the town of Larvik in Norway, where the stone was first discovered. Metaphysically, Larvikite/Black Labradorite is said to represent inner transformation and resilience during times of change.