According to an Inuit legend, the Northern Lights were once imprisoned in the rocks along the coast of Labrador. It is told that a wandering Inuit warrior found them and was able to free most of the lights with a mighty blow of his spear. Some of the lights were still trapped within the stone, and thus we have today the beautiful mineral known as labradorite.
Labradorite Skulls have an iridescent shine that must be seen in person. We have tried to capture them as best as possible in these photos.
Skull is about 3.5" long x 3" high x 2.5" wide.