You want jewelry you can wear effortlessly every day, which does not limit your daily routines. Pamper yourself in jewelry that’s classically elegant, functional and beautiful. Wherever you go, you’ll show the world your sense of style and desires.
I am constantly looking for new ways to express our amber jewelry with forms and textures. Whether it’s a simple earrings, the statement necklace or original style Baltic amber rings, I know you’ll find something here that helps you make an elegance every day.
Baltic amber gold plated honey necklace
Amber Necklaces
Baltic amber sterling silver pendant necklace
Amber Pendants
Baltic amber dangle drop gold earrings
Amber Earrings
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Amber Rings
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Amber Bracelets
silver earrings
Sterling Silver Jewelry
brass ring
Brass, Copper, Bronze Jewelry
Baltic amber freshwater pearl hair comb
Amber Accessories

Amber is natural resin which oozed its way out of a tree and eventually fossilized at any time from recent times back to many million years ago. Amber comes in many shades and colors, although the most common are cognac, honey, green, lemon yellow, ivory and cream/yellow. It is is lightweight and because it is an organic substance, each piece is unique.

Baltic amber (known as succinite) is a specific subset of amber that is found only in northern Europe: it accounts for some 80% of the known amber in the world. Between 35 and 50 million years ago, sap oozed out from a forest of conifers (probably either false larch or kauri) in the region now covered by the Baltic Sea, and eventually hardened into clear lumps. Shoved around northern Europe by glaciers and river channels, lumps of genuine Baltic amber can still be found today on the eastern coasts of England and Holland, throughout Poland, Scandinavia and northern Germany and much of western Russia and the Baltic states.  Baltic amber is uniquely known for its therapeutic qualities.

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