Spectrolite is a Finnish gemstone with specific characteristics and operation. Spectrolite the Finnish version of Labradorite is found at the same latitude as labradorite, but on the European side of the Atlantic. the play of colors is more pronounced than with Labradorite and occurs in all shades of green and blue. The stone has a protective effect; it repels negativity from outside. Spectrolite has a richer color palette than labradorite (showing only shades of blue-gray-green) and high labradoresence. Spectrolite was originally a brand name for material mined in Finland, but is sometimes mistakenly used to describe labradorite when a richer display of colors is available, irrespective of the place: for example, has labradorite with spectrolite play of colors also reported from Madagascar difference between the Finnish Spectrolite and other labradorites that Finnish Spectrolite it`s crystals significantly. stronger colourfulness than other labradorites caused by the black base color of Spectrolite feldspar; the other labradorites usually have the transparent base color. Spectrolite often cut as a lapidary cabochon like regular labradorite, to enhance the effect and is used as a gemstone.