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Majestic Baltic Butterscotch Amber, Aquamarine and Amethyst 4-Strand Bracelet
Majestic Baltic Butterscotch Amber, Aquamarine and Amethyst 4-Strand Bracelet
Majestic Baltic Butterscotch Amber, Aquamarine and Amethyst 4-Strand Bracelet
Majestic Baltic Butterscotch Amber, Aquamarine and Amethyst 4-Strand Bracelet

Majestic Baltic Butterscotch Amber, Aquamarine and Amethyst 4-Strand Bracelet

Regular price $87.99

Stone(s): genuine Baltic butterscotch amber, genuine aquamarine, and genuine amethyst 
Width (widest section): 1 inches
Length: 7.5 inches
Clasp: Toggle
Weight: 16.2 grams
Stamp/Mark: N/A
Origin: Poland
Serial Number: b21157

Amber, an organic gemstone, is the fossilized sap of prehistoric trees which grew up to 50 million years ago. The stone has been used for jewelry since the time of Christ. The world's finest amber comes from the region around the Baltic sea.

Amethyst is an extremely sought-after gem which has been valued by many civilizations since antiquity. A variety of vitreous quartz, amethyst often forms dramatic prismatic crystals which are often formed into jewelry without being cut. Brazil and Uruguay are common sources of high quality amethyst. In the early Christian church, amethyst was believed to guard against intoxication, hence its derivation from the Greek "amethustos," meaning "not drunk."

Aquamarine, along with emerald, is a gemstone variety of the silicate mineral beryl. Its name meaning "sea water," aquamarine ranges in color from a sea-green to a sky-blue and generally forms large, somewhat clear crystals. In ancient times, aquamarine jewelry was thought to protect sailors.

This is a DESIGNER, one-of-a-kind genuine Baltic Amber 2, hand-made by Polish designers. Please note that we use Baltic Amber for description only if it is high quality, genuine Baltic Amber. Don't confuse it with pressed amber or "ambroid" (pieces of amber embedded in plastic). When you buy from TibetShining you are guaranteed real gem quality amber, in the era of 40 to 60 million years old, and from Poland's Baltic Sea area.<