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Obsidian var. Apache Tears from Superior District, Pinal County, Arizona

 
Obsidian var. Apache Tears from Superior District, Pinal County, Arizona

DESCRIPTION:No. 32642
Mineral:Obsidian var. Apache Tears
Locality:Superior District, Pinal County, Arizona
Description:Two transparent black obsidian nodules, one loose, the other still in matrix. These are commonly called Apache Tears because of the myth that they were solidified tears of the local Indians. They are highly transparent an internally flawless.
Overall Size:1-3 cm
Crystals:1 cm
Status: For reference only
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