This Labradorite pendant is meant to be double sided and can be worn either way.
A square bezel of plain silver holds this stone in place. This stone has elusive color, at some angles in is vibrant deep blue, at others, it is dark and mysterious. Along the bottom of the stone is a green flash, similar to the very brief sunset phenomena sometimes known as mock mirage, where a thin green sliver of color is seen just as the sun dips below the horizon.
On the carving side, the solid sterling silver is pierced out showing much more of the green color, especially at certain angles. A simple moon and pair of stars emphasizes the complexity of the stone.
Stone measures 7/8" long by 7/8" wide by 1/4" thick, not including the jump ring bail where the chain goes through.
Please see image with penny to get a sense of the scale.