Ø61x23x11mm;   Polished;   Bailclasp
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Weight: 8.9 grams
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Hand carved Baltic amber polished stone with bail. Contains nicely preserved, trapped for millions of years small insect inclusion. A perfect gift for anyone who appreciates unusual gemstones. Great opportunity to have a piece of fascinating prehistoric world.

  • Authentic amber is one of the most potent, natural substances that can rid us of most of our common ailments such as arthritis, anxiety and chronic illness.
  • Formed by nature, part of the trees millions of years ago! Manufactured and delivered from Lithuania, the true amber origin.
  • Superior quality! Certified Baltic amber products 100% pure amber. Carefully handpicked, completely natural and handcrafted.
  • Satisfaction guarantee. Unlike other inferior amber products, we confidently stand behind our products and guarantee your 100% satisfaction.

Item specifics

  • Polished


  • .925 Gold Plated Sterling Silver
  • Bailclasp


  • Gnat(s)


  • Honey

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Baltic Amber

Genuine Baltic amber is a natural resin that is millions of years old. It is found in the Baltic region of Europe, specifically in countries like Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. Baltic amber is known for its unique yellow, orange, and brown colors and its ability to contain inclusions, such as insects and plant matter. The natural healing properties of Baltic amber, such as anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, are highly sought after by many. Many people also appreciate the natural beauty of Baltic amber and use it in jewelry and decor.

 Baltic amber mining

Amber Mining

Natural Baltic amber mining is the process of extracting amber from the earth in its raw form. It is found in the Baltic region. The mining process involves digging into the earth to find layers of amber-rich soil, and then extracting the amber by hand or with machinery. This type of amber is highly valued for its unique color and clarity, as well as its historical significance. However, the process of mining can be harmful to the environment, and sustainable practices are often implemented to minimize the impact. Despite this, natural Baltic amber continues to be a sought-after material for jewelry and other decorative items.