Labradorite is an unusual material having a dirty grey color before being cut. This spectacular Ganesha sculpture shows labradorite stones cut with flat surface and placed in a certain position to display a beautiful iridescent play of colors, caused by internal fractures in the mineral that reflects the light back and forth, dispersing it into different colors. This appealing labradorescence effect acquires a metallic lusture with spectrolite gestures been carved in as cameo. The naturalistic aspect of the statue is one of a kind.
The Lambodara in his authentic gesture of blessing the devotees eats his favorite laddoo whilst holding the sacred weapons of better evolution, wears an unusual color of Labradorite reflecting the descent interplay of spectrum. The most eccentric feature of the statue is that the friendly almighty Ganesha is carved on both sides of the gemstone wall in aptness and excessive briefness, symbolic of his good vibes being spread in all directions.