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A blue john reversible pendant with labradorite on the other side
a labradorite reversible pendant with blue john on the other side
Blue John & Labradorite Double Sided Pendant
Blue John & Labradorite Double Sided Pendant
Blue John & Labradorite Double Sided Pendant
Blue John & Labradorite Double Sided Pendant

Blue John & Labradorite Double Sided Pendant

P105BJ-LA
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£168.00
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£168.00
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Handmade Silver Double Sided Pendant with Blue John and Labradorite.

Hallmarked 925 Sterlng Silver.

Handmade in our workshop in Sheffield.

Stone size 21mm x 23mm.

Pendant length including clasp is 36mm.

This lovely pendant has a frame around the stone setting with a hinged top. It can be worn on a chain or with a set of pearls. One side of the pendant is a beautiful piece of Blue John on the other side of the pendant is a piece of Labradorite, which gives you two pendants in one!

This piece would look beautiful on a set of pearls and can also be worn on a chain

As all stones are created naturally, each one is unique and may therefore vary from the image. However we guarantee they are of the highest quality and handpicked specifically for each design.

Now a little bit about the stones…

Blue John (also known as Derbyshire Spar) is a semi-precious mineral, a form of fluorite with bands of a purple-blue or yellowish colour. In the UK it is found only at Blue John Cavern and Treak Cliff Cavern at Castleton in Derbyshire.

During the 19th century, it was mined for its ornamental value, and mining continues on a small scale. Deposits of fluorite have been recently found in China with colouring and banding similar to the classic Blue John stone.

Labradorite is usually blue or blue green, lavender blue, or even yellow in colour. Labradorite crystals display a mix of all these colours, which make them look really mesmerising and eye catching! Aside from mining locations in the USA, labradorite can also be found in countries like Mexico, Madagascar, Finland, Greenland, Italy, Russia, and Scandinavia.