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Labradorite is a grey stone with a gorgeous blue iridescence. This stone is named after Labrador, a province in Northeast Canada, where the crystal was first discovered in the 1770s. Most Labradorite today is found in North America and Europe. Labradorite is a popular spiritual stone, said to represent transformation and new beginnings. Many gemstone experts believe that Labradorite has an empowering and encouraging energy that can help with navigating life transitions such as graduations, moving, or starting a new career.