About 75 Apaches and the US Calvary squared off against each other in battle on a mountain overlooking what is now Superior, Arizona in the 1870's. Rather than face defeat," the outnumbered Apache warriors rode their horses off the mountain to their deaths. The families of the warriors cried when they learned of the tragedy. Their tears turned into stone upon hitting the ground. Today these beautiful translucent gemstones are known as Apache Tears Good Luck Stones. ""To give a friend or loved one an Apache Tears Good Luck Stone is to give them GOOD LUCK to carry with them forever. To the Ancient Ones it's a frozen tear", lost in the sands of time. Giving one to a friend unlocks their tears and allows GOOD LUCK to flow, as it frees their spirit from Mother Earth!
Size: 3.5x2x2 cm
Location: Picketpost Mtn. Area, Superior, Pinal Co., Arizona