How a Tree Saved the Land of the Dinosaurs
44-million-year-old Baltic amber gives a glimpse of prehistoric times
For millions of years, dinosaurs wandered the Earth oblivious to the fate they would meet. While the dinosaurs may no longer be with us, amber, the fossilized tree resin that dates back 4 billion years, is. Because of its unique ability to preserve, amber has been essential to building our understanding of prehistoric life. “Amber is like a time capsule made and placed in the Earth by nature herself,” reads the “Consumer Guide to Colored Gemstones.” “It has helped paleontologists reconstruct life on Earth in its primal phases. More than 1,000 extinct species of insects have been identified in amber.”
It’s for these reasons that we’ve created the Prehistoric Amber Ring, a gorgeous assortment of multicolored amber that’s unlike anything you’ve seen before. This cherry, earthy black and lemon yellow amber is sourced from the icy Baltic region, which is home to some of the world’s finest amber deposits. By placing this array of amber in a ring, we’re sure you’ll see why amber has been valued by humans since we existed.
Featuring 11 total carats of amber in yellow gold-finished .925 sterling silver, this jewelry showcases all the natural beauty and lustrous color that amber is valued for. Don’t you think she deserves some of the world’s oldest gemstones? Get the Prehistoric Amber Ring today, before this deal is extinct!
- 11 ctw
- Yellow gold-finished .925 Sterling silver setting
- (1) oval 10x8mm cherry Amber
- (5) pear 6x4mm black earthy Amber
- (6) pear 6x4mm cherry Amber
- (5) pear 6x4mm lemon yellow Amber
- Design 22mm X 19mm
- Sits 5mm high
- Band 2.5mm width
- Available in whole sizes 5-10
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