Certified Baltic amber necklace. Made out of amber rings in cherry, cognac and honey and brushed sterling silver . The order of silver and amber rings changes as does the colors of the amber.
Cherry honey cognac and silver amber necklace
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1 in stock
16″ length magnetic closure
Cherry, honey, congac and brushed silver certifid Baltic amber necklace/chocker
Beautiful and very original Baltic amber necklace. Made out of genuine Baltic amber rings in cherry, cognac and honey and brushed sterling silver rings separated from each other by tiny silver beads. The necklace has alternating grouping of amber rings each in one amber color bordered by silver ring and then another group of amber in a different color again bordered by brushed sterling silver rings.The number of amber and silver rings also changes there are groups of 3, 4 and 5 amber ring each group in a different shade, while the silver rings alternate between one ring and three rings. The amber rings change hue depending on the light falling on them. So original. A glorious piece of wearable art.
daPolonia offers exclusively selected artist made Polish amber jewelry. Our offering are made by award winning artists that have taken the gold of the Baltic i.e. amber and have turned it into spectacularly glorious jewelry. No other website offers anything like we do. Our amber shines not because it is amber but because it is show stopping jewelry fit for a queen. Purchasing daPolonia amber jewelry you are joining an exclusive club of connoisseurs and trend setters whose excellent taste and sophistication are universally acclaimed. The daPolonia amber jewelry is modern, unique, original, breathtaking. Wearing our jewelry you’ll be the talk of the party, stopped in the street and complemented for your good taste and elegant look. Many of our offering are one of a kind, never to be duplicated, true works of art, an better yet wearable art.
The Baltic region is home to the largest known deposit of amber. Know as Baltic amber and hailed for its exceptional quality. Amber which is actually tree sap that rolled down the trees trunks into the Baltic sea encircling and containing within itself en-route small insects air bubbles and tiny animals. In the depth of the Baltic sea during 44 million years the sap fossilized and became the beautiful multicolored translucent resin – Amber. It is estimated that the ancient tree sap of the coniferous forest on the Baltic shore has created more than 100,000 tons of amber. Amber has been known since ancient times, it is mentioned in the old testament, and was used in trade. There were various myths to explain where this wonderful resin came from. Ovid the Roman tells us that amber is the crystalized tears of the grieving Clymene and her daughters, following the tragic death of Phaethon. Other ancient legends claimed that amber was the solidified rays of the sun captured while descending to earth For a while its value was higher than gold. Amber originally was collected when it washed ashore. Now it is harvested from the depth of the sea.