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Large Fine Baltic Amber Jewelry with Gold Spangle
Large Fine Baltic Amber Jewelry with Gold Spangles - Powerful Healing - Lightning Strike Victorian Design in Sterling Silver
This fine, quality amber jewelry is extraordinarily beautiful with its great light catching and reflective golden spangles. The nearly teardrop shape and artistically draped sterling silver laid mesh work that bridles the amber makes it really awesome amber jewelry! Amber is considered by healing and meditation professionals to produce a positive effect on the heart, nervous system and the kidneys. It also is warm to the touch and is said to help reduce stress. This pendant necklace does have strong healing vibrations.
This amber jewelry with its exotic accents is the perfect gift or accessory for that beautiful evening dress that needs to make a huge fashion statement, or that casual dress look.
Size: 2 1/2" L X 1 1/4" W X 3/4" D, Ships with your choice of 18", 19", or 22" in length of black cord chain.
Ships with information, Certificate of Authenticity, and an attractive, quality jewelry box.
The Baltic region is home to about 80% of the world's known and is considered to be the best variety of amber. It dates from about 40-60 million years ago. Baltic amber primarily comes from Eastern Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Russia. Because Baltic amber contains about 8% succinic acid, it is also termed “succinite.” Amber is actually tree resin that can come from many different species of trees.
How amber is formed: The sap, dripping from trees, fell to the ground and was compressed by the overlying deposits - which in time became “fossilized.” Some amber fragments contain tiny plants and plant pieces, pollen and insects - trapped in the sticky sap and “preserved in time.”
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