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The array of beautiful colours we see in natural gemstones can be created by one of three events:
Firstly, they can be due to the inherent chemical make-up of the crystal; these gems are known as idiochromatic.
Secondly, gems coloured by the presence of impurities are known as allochromatic.
Finally, when a gem’s colour is caused by optical properties within the gem and its reflection from, or just under its surface, this is known as a pseudochromatic gem.
Labradorite can be known as a pseudchromatic
gemstone because of the play of colour beneath the surface.
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