44 million year old Baltic amber gives you a glimpse into prehistoric times
Both in love and in gemstones, it can take a long time to achieve perfection. Just as your relationship has matured and strengthened over the years, so has an amber gemstone, which began life as a syrupy tree resin and then slowly hardened over the course of 44 million years. Just as your rock of a relationship was built on your first meeting, this natural gemstone contains tiny fossilized materials when it first emerged, in the prehistoric era.
Baltic amber is a scientific phenomenon that contains fossilized plants and insects that date back for over 44 million years. Most of the lifeforms found in Baltic amber are now extinct.
The amber necklace you see here features 9 carats of one of the world's oldest gemstones. This amber is from the icy Baltic region, famous for containing the world's finest amber deposits. Importantly, no two stones are identical, because each stone of amber captured something different as it formed, just as every love story is unique.
- 9 ctw
- yellow gold-finished .925 Sterling silver
- Overall drop 1 1/2"
- Pendant 26mm H, 21mm W, 14mm Thick
- 18"+1" chain included
- Spring ring clasp
- 10 grams
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