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  • About

    Home Page:
    http://www.realamberjewelry.com/11-pendants
    Location:
    Ejstrupholm
    Occupation:
    high school
    Country:
    France
    Interests:
    Leaf collecting and pressing, Exhibition Drill
    Amber is really a popular material utilized in jewelry-making. Its expected healing qualities and diverse color have however caused it to be very popular and therefore in high demand. One of many most popular versions is that of natural Baltic amber. As the name implies, it arises from the Baltic region. The colour of the amber may be often varied often coordinating parts are accomplished by the finishing processes of chopping, grinding and polishing. It is because even though they've been fashioned in the same fresh stone, there is often some unevenness in color. Pure Baltic amber is quite common in top quality jewelry design. The common colors found for this kind are sweetie, lemon and cherry. Green can often be achieved by heating the back of the stone. Its understanding can also be enhanced through heating processes.

    Yet another common solution is Dominican amber. That is an average of found in South America in the Dominican Republic and Mexico. That amber is often quite obvious the natural color can range between lemon to red. The results can often be very good and even indistinguishable from organic Baltic amber. This sort of amber is often created from chipped pieces and rejected amber. Normally it is much less costly to buy and is used in lower-quality jewelry. Items where drops of amber are used are typically made form pressed amber. Imitation amber is made of glass and plastic components perhaps combined with pine resins. As seen on http://www.realamberjewelry.com/4-bracelets.