The History of Azabache Stones
Azabache stones are formed from trees that went extinct over 65 million years ago. Even in ancient Rome, the black stones were valued for jewelry and decoration. When polished, it becomes very shiny. It can also be carved, and is often found in shapes like scallops, human figures, crosses azabache hands.
Today, these stones are very often used in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and other areas that had a heavy Spanish influence.
Azabache is a very protective stone. It is considered especially potent against mal de ojo (the evil eye).
Our Azabache comes from South America Amazonia, it is original (it is not plastic).
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