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Sterling Silver Honey Amber Stud Earrings
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- The natural properties and process of amber formation define the unique beauty of each piece.
- May be washed with warm water and soap.
- Gemstones may have been treated to improve their appearance or durability and may require special care.
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Capture the gold hues of honey amber on this stunning pair of stud earrings. Rounded in sterling silver, the polished metal emphasizes the natural definitions in the stone.
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Honey Amber Collection
The most recognizable color of amber, it can be found in almost every key location where amber is mined: Africa, South America, New Zealand and Eurasia. Depending on location, the age of honey amber ranges from 1-90 millions years old. In essence, honey amber is a time capsule preserving compressed organic matter, such as insects, and even little animals. Known as the "Window to the Past", honey amber tells many fantastic stories from long, long ago. Cognac (or Honey) is the color most commonly associated with the amber gemstone. When people think of “the color amber”, it is the stone of cognac, or honey, amber that is described. If you were to mix together all the colors of amber on the same palette, you will produce a nice cognac shade. It is a hue often found in golden sunsets of the summer. Inclusions show up very nicely in this shade of amber. Often times, stones are selected merely on how the inclusions reflect light as the jewelry is worn. Amber is a conductor of heat, and provides healing energy if worn close to the skin.
The history of amber begins about 90 million years ago in lush green forests in the region of modern day Northern Europe. Trees in these regions produced an aromatic resin, used for protection against woodpeckers, fungus and bark-eating insects. This resin would slowly cascade covering the bark of the tree entrapping organic debris and sometimes live insects along the way. Nearly 40 different species of trees produced this protective resin, accounting for the numerous colors of amber today.
Over millions of years, this golden resin produced by pre-historic trees accumulated in many layers in the soil below. With the onset of The Great Ice Age, these forests perished, the soil froze and the fossilization process began creating deposits of beautiful amber. After The Great Ice, melted glaciers flowed on top of the amber deposits, forming the Baltic and North Seas. Due to this geological occurrence, amber found its new home in the sea. The gem spent many thousands of years below 100 feet of sand at the sea bottom. After violent sea storms, various lumps of amber would separate and float among the waves, eventually reaching the shore to be discovered by man. The Aisti people were the first to pick up amber lumps along the Baltic shores 25,000 years ago. Aisti believe that amber was pieces of the Sun that had fallen down to the earth and cherished it as a gift from the heavens.
- Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.6 x 0.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: Poland
- ASIN: B002L6HICY
- Item model number: 25908
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 22, 2009
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Amazon Collection|
|Minimum total gem weight||1 carats|
|Back finding||Post with friction back|
|Total metal weight||0.8 Grams|
|Number of stones||2|
|Metal Weight||0.8 Grams|
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It is too small and expensive for that very tiny earrings only good for a kid.Published 3 months ago by Mila Burdeos
Ended up returning the first pair I bought because on arrival one of the stones had fallen out, the posts were bent, and the retaining clips on the back were too big of hold onto... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Whamola
Bought these for my mother' birthday, off of her wish list. One is definitely more "sparkly" than the other. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Shilo