Baltic amber jewelry

About our Amber Jewelry


Amber” is usually used to describe a something that is warm, musky, rich and honey-like, and also somewhat oriental and earthy. Baltic Amber has been used since the stone age, from 13,000 years ago and has been extensively traded along the Amber Road since antiquity till nowadays. 

Genuine Baltic Amber, that is used in our jewelries, is fossilized tree resin, which has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since Neolithic times. Baltic ambers are thought to be fossil resins from Sciadopityaceae family plants that used to live in north Europe. Because it originates as a soft, sticky tree resin, amber sometimes contains animal and plant material as inclusions.

Amber occurs in a range of different colors. As well as the usual yellow-orange-brown that is associated with the color "amber", amber itself can range from a whitish color through a pale lemon yellow, to brown and almost black. Yellow amber is a hard, translucent, yellow, orange, or brown fossil resin from evergreen trees.  You may find amber jewelries, such as bracelets, rings, necklaces, at out shop in various colors.

In comparison to many other shops the Amber stones in our jewelries differs with original virgin form that is maintained throw grinding and polishing only without any change to its natural properties.


We guarantee the genuine origin of our amber stones!



What should you know about amber ?

Be very careful choosing the amber jewelry and be aware of modified, reconstructed or bonded amber that passed throw thermal, high temperature treatment or bonded with special binding agent.

Natural Baltic amber – gemstone which has undergone mechanical treatment only (for instance: grinding, cutting, turning or polishing) without any change to its natural properties.

Modified Baltic amber – gemstone subjected only to thermal or high-pressure treatment, which changed its physical properties, including the degree of transparency and color, or shaped under similar conditions out of one nugget, previously cut to the required size.

Reconstructed (pressed) Baltic amber – gemstone made of Baltic amber pieces pressed in high temperature and under high pressure without additional components.

Bonded Baltic amber – gemstone consisting of two or more parts of natural, modified or reconstructed Baltic amber bonded together with the use of the smallest possible amount of a colourless binding agent necessary to join the pieces.


How to recognize the real Baltic amber ?

The only proved method to get know is your amber stone is real is to burn it (note, in this case the amber will irreparably damaged). Real amber stone has a specific smell while burning. The amber is real if you feel smell of delicate scent of resin and cigar. Artificial amber stone has a very strong smell of plastic, rubber of chemical components.

 Baltic amber jewelry