Kaliningrad Amber Combine – what is it? Let’s start from the beginning. It was established in 1947 next to the amber deposits in Jantarnyja (also known as Palmincken). Kaliningrad Amber Combine was combined of Palmnicken Amber Mine (the oldest and closed one), Primorksoje – active and the Beach one, also known as the Beachline. It […]
Green amber is often used in jewelry craft to produce many kinds of jewelry such as necklaces, earrings or bracelets. It is worth to know that the green amber is extremely rare in natural habitat. Green amber gets its hue from spending time in a marshy environment amid decaying organic matter. Its color becomes brownish […]
Amber – the fossil resin of coniferous trees appeared at least 40 million years ago. To this day, it hasn’t been possible to determine explicitly which plant gave rise to the fossil.
Baltic amber is above all the noblest organic mineral from fossil resins. There are more than one hundred variations around the world, and one of them is a resin, which comes from the specific variant of a pine tree – pinus succinifera.
For thousands of years, amber has been used as a decorative element in jewellery-making. It’s known in traditional medicine, in which it’s used in the production of medicinal tinctures.
In 2012, The National Geological Institute confirmed that are huge amounts of amber located in Poland. The sources of that precious stone can be worth up to over 7 billion dollars!
Baltic Amber (succinite) is fossil resin, dated back to 40 million years ago. According to research conducted in the XIX century, it was produced by the tree Pinus succinifera. It is not the only resin which preserved until today.
Amber has been used in the production of jewellery for centuries. Accessories such as rings, earrings, necklaces, and pendants made of this jewel became extremely popular among women. It is estimated that as much as 70 percent of amber jewellery produced and sold all over the world, comes from Poland. What is more, amber is […]