Black obsidian silver worry stone pendant
Black obsidian silver worry stone pendant
gemstone worry stone pendants - unique & thoughtful jewellery gifts
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Black obsidian silver worry stone pendant

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Featuring a polished Black obsidian gemstone carved with a thumb-sized indention, this beautiful gemstone pendant can be rubbed to relieve tension andis believed to help the wearer to relax.

  • Necklace length: 24 Inches
  • Pendant height: 4.4 cm
  • Pendant width: 3.4 cm
  • Gemstone:  Black obsidian
  • Chain: Silver plated

Benefits of Black obsidian

Black obsidian is formed when a volcano erupts and the lava cools very quickly. Black obsidian stone is also known as volcanic glass, or royal agate because of the depth of its colour. Its associated with cleansing and grounding due to its strong connection to the Earth. Many believe obsidian draws negativity out, making this obsidian pendant a wonderfully thoughtful jewellery gift for anyone who is going through a rough patch.

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How do I use my worry stone pendant?

Worry stones are used by holding the stone between the index finger and the thumb - gently moving your thumb back and forth across the stone. This pretty pendant is suspended for a long 24 inch chain to allow the wearer to hold and rub the stone.

What are worry stones?


Worry stones are a natural gemstone with a carved indented curve and are used to rub back and forth the relief stress, anxiety and tension.

The origins and concept of the worry stones are believed to have began by the simple action of picking up a smooth stone and rubbing in in contemplation - eventually a groove would appear. Worry stones can also be made by the motion of the sea and ancient Greeks would often pick them from pebbled beaches and use them to play with - some would say they are the original fidget spinner! Native American tribes took a much more sentimental approach to worry stones and would hand their worry stones down from generation to generation to create a sense of connection from previous family members.