Apache Tears (Tumbled)
Apache Tears are a variety of Obsidian, a silica-rich, glassy volcanic rock native to Mexico and the southwest US.
Did you know? It's name comes from a story about an Apache Indian tribe pursued by cavalry. It's said that the tribe were forced over a cliff to their deaths and that the dark tears of grief of the Apache women solidified into these stones.
Element: Earth, Fire
Chakras: Root (1st), Sacral (2nd), Heart (4th)
Each roughly tumbled stone measures approx. 1"