Amber stone aka'Gold of the Baltic Sea. Description: one piece - untreated - in total of 213 grams. Size approx: 85 x 80 x 62 mm (length x width x thickness).
There is a crack on the side that might split the piece in halfs, if you like. Very beautiful marble color varies from caramel and yellow (in the middle) to redish brown (crust). This piece is very old and good quality in general - collectible item. Perfect to craft amber jewelry or keep it as a collectible item.Please see photos for more details as it is a part of description. You can stay assured that this is 100% amber. Feel free to ask any questions or send your inquiry. I will do my best to respond ASAP. Full tracking info will be provided. Item will be packed safely and placed in hard box (not in envelope). Parcel will be marked as a gift with a low value.
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Amber is fossilized resin of ancient trees, which took a few million years to get converted to Amber. Sometime in periods between 10 and 100 million years ago, these resin-bearing trees fell and were carried by rivers to coastal regions. Trees and their resins became covered with sediment and over millions of years the resin had gone through a number of changes over millions of years.
The result of this metamorphosis is an exceptional gem with extraordinary properties, which is is exploited and used by both craftsmen and scientist. The world's largest Amber deposits come from the shores of the Baltic Sea, where Amber has been harvested, traded, and crafted into decorative objects for at least 13,000 years.
Amber is sometimes called the. Gold of the Baltic Sea.
Amber jewelry is a product of nature, with its unique inclusions, colors and textures every piece is unique and cannot be exactly duplicated. It is not just jewelry, but a product of value, symbol of eternity and luxury.
Antique natural Baltic Sea butterscotch egg yolk square amber stone" is in sale since Tuesday, March 01, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Arthropods\Insects, Hexapods".
The seller is "amber4jewelry" and is located in Jelgava. This item can be shipped worldwide.