There is beauty in things that are odd and imperfect, and being flawed is not always a bad thing. When you receive your Baltic Amber necklace (or bracelet or anklet) from Amber by Amanda, one the first things you will notice is your Amber’s imperfections. There are indentations, holes, irregular shapes, bumps, dimples, crevices, color… Continue reading Real Baltic Amber is Imperfectly Perfect
One thing that makes Baltic Amber a scientific phenomenon is the fact that some amber pieces contain actual fossils of insects and plants because they get trapped in the resin during fossilization. These insect and plant fossils date back over 45+ million years! Such inclusions also give us an idea as to the age of the… Continue reading Inclusions in Amber
We had a great Mom’s event at Native Sun, one of the local stores in Jacksonville, who carry my amber necklaces. Many people came by to toss some amber in the salt water bowl. No matter how hard they tried to keep the amber under the water, authentic amber will always rise to the occasion.… Continue reading Should Amber Sink or Float?