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Amber Jewellery
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More about the Amber gemstone


Unlike the majority of gemstones which are inorganic, Amber is organic. What that means is that it is not a crystal. Amber is essentially fossilized resin. The stone gained a lot of recent prominence when the film Jurassic Park showed a piece of Amber with a fossilized insect in it. Amongst many of its qualities, Amber is a very light substance and consequently can be used in substantial size in jewellery without it ‘weighing you down’.

The popularity of Amber jewellery seems to ebb and flow and nowadays one can get Amber not only in its traditional colour, but also in green (created by putting a film at the back of the gem), red, milk and lemon coloured stones. The source of this beautiful gemstone is predominantly the Baltic countries and one needs to be aware of fake amber, which nowadays seems to be quite prevalent.

Read about Amber in our gemstone guide >

More about Amber from Wikipedia >