Welcome to our amber earrings page.
Amber is mainly found in the regions around the baltic sea, and is a very unique gemstone with no two pieces being identical. Here you can see our amber earrings on display.
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If there is one thing that we at Sundari are renowned for it is our extensive range of gemstone earrings. We are currently stocking many different types of earrings in various stones such as amethyst, garnet, and amethyst which are some our most popular gems.
Earrings come in many different attachment types such as clip-on, standard hook, and also stud. Clip-on’s are preferred by people who would rather not pierce their ears, or maybe find that the weight of the gemstone, or metal in the earrings are too heavy to be worn comfortably. We do our best to provide a range of clip-on, stud, and hook earrings in various weights, and sizes so we can have something for everyone.
As well as the range of gemstones our earrings also come in various collections as well. These include Celtic, Unique, Wedding, and Vintage, which we hope give a wide choice for you when making your selection.
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.