Dominican Amber

25 September 2019

           Dominican amber is one of the most beautiful fossil resin. It comes from deciduous trees and contains from 0-3% of succinic acid – much less than Baltic amber. Dominican amber has its origins in Oligocene, which belongs to the oldest and the most traditional mine. Its deposits are on the Haiti island belonging to […]

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White amber

10 September 2019

            Archaeologists claim that amber may be the first stone used in making various ornaments. It doesn’t have such properties as flint, so it was useless in the production of tools. However, its decorative values were and still are appreciated by many and the jewel itself is admired by everyone nowadays. When in ancient Rome […]

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