Apache Tears Obsidian The Grief Stone
Apache Tears are named after an incident in Arizona in the 1870s when a US cavalry attacked 75 Pinal Apaches. The women of the lost warriors wept for a month and the Great Spirit pressed their tears within the rock to form the crystal.
Owning one will protect from sorrow as the stone absorbs it for the Apache women cried your tears as well as their own. They cried for the world.
Crystal descriptions on this site are from 'The New Crystal Bible' by Cassandra Eason page 194
Average Size: 2 - 3 cm length (price per stone)