Turquoise Freeform Shape Strand


  • Natural stone
  • Stabilized
  • Available in approximately ~  04mm
  • Thread hole size approximately ~ 1mm
  • Freeform, Nugget Shape
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SKU: SG2012V1.TQ

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Number of 4mm round beads
Number of 10mm round beads
8 inches
~Around 50 pcs
~Around 20 pcs
16 inches
~Around 100 pcs
~Around 40 pcs

Please note that while the photos serve as a reference, slight variations may occur.

Sizing Details -

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Additional information


  • Natural stone
  • Stabilized
  • Available in approximately ~  04mm
  • Thread hole size approximately ~ 1mm
  • Freeform, Nugget Shape


Tai Chung Says:

Labradorite is a mesmerizing and iridescent gemstone known for its play of colors. It is a type of feldspar mineral that belongs to the plagioclase series. Labradorite was first discovered in Labrador, Canada, which is where its name originates.

Labradorite is characterized by its dark gray to black base color, but what sets it apart is its vibrant flashes of color, known as labradorescence. These flashes can range from blue and green to gold, orange, and even purple. The labradorescence effect is caused by light interference within the stone due to its internal structure.

The play of colors in labradorite gives it a captivating and mystical appearance, and the intensity and range of colors can vary from stone to stone. This unique optical phenomenon makes labradorite a highly sought-after gemstone.

In terms of hardness, labradorite ranks at 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale.




Freeform, Nugget