Circular, celestial, or possibly floral, depending on your perspective, the "one of a kind" bangle/bracelet is a beauty. Integral to Lori Braun's design, the clasp is on one end of the cuff that surrounds the wrist. The 3mm round stock used for the cuff is light looking, yet durable. It could easily become an everyday signature piece of jewelry.
Labradorite is known for its remarkable iridescence. This schiller or metallic luster can be seen when light hits the stone from particular angles. In the case of this labradorite/spectrolite, the metallic tints are aqua, blue, light, orange and gold. This effect is so unique to labradorite that it is referred to as labradorescence. As you move, the labradorite appears to have a breath of it own. It is always intriguing to those who know of it and to those who don't. It beckons a closer look.
Some rare specimens of labradorite display a full spectrum of colors, not only blues and greens; but also yellow, orange. These rare specimens have been given the name spectrolite.
Labradorite/spectrolite, across the board, has proven to be the most well loved gemstone at BNOX over the years. Everyone loves it.
The spectrolite bracelet fits a 61/4" - 6 3/4" wrist well. The circular focal element of design measures approximately 1 5/8" x 1". The round spectrolite itself measures approximately 18 mm.