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Tricolor Baltic Amber Earrings

$75.00

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About 40 million years ago, the translucent amber in this earthy necklace was pine resin flowing within trees along the shores of present-day Poland. There in the region of Pomerania, amber beads are handed down through generations and are considered amulets against harm. A Polish artisan gathers these authentic fossilized gems and frames them in sterling silver.

Earrings: 1 5/8"L

Mined in Sicily, Burma, Romania, Poland, and Mexico, amber is actually the fossilized resin of ancient trees, and is among the oldest stones used for human adornment. It has been called the gold of the sea because the most extensive deposits are found along Baltic shores. The Greeks, to whom amber represented the tears Apollo shed as he was banished from Olympus, called amber electron because of its tendency to attract lightweight objects when rubbed.

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      5.0

      Great Amber Earrings

      By The Duchess

      from Ohio

      About Me Comfort-Oriented

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      Pros

      • Beautiful
      • Good Length
      • Good Quality
      • Stylish
      • Unique

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        Best Uses

        • Everyday
        • Formal Occasions
        • Night Out
        • Travel

        Comments about Tricolor Baltic Amber Earrings:

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        Tricolor Baltic Amber Earrings

        By pbswofford

        from Kansas City MO

        About Me Career, Comfort-Oriented

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        Pros

        • Beautiful
        • Good Quality
        • Stylish

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          Best Uses

          • Formal Occasions
          • Night Out
          • Office

          Comments about Tricolor Baltic Amber Earrings:

          I love amber and with these earrings I got three lovely colors. Also purchased the necklace.

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          5.0

          These earrings are simply lovely!

          By Jayeno

          from Manhattan, NY

          About Me Career, Classic, Comfort-Oriented, Practical, Stylish

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          Pros

          • Beautiful
          • Good Length
          • Good Quality
          • Stylish
          • Unique
          • Versatile

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            Best Uses

            • Everyday
            • Office
            • Travel

            Comments about Tricolor Baltic Amber Earrings:

            I wanted something I could run around the City in and not worry wearing. These are simple, stylish and stunning! I pop them in my ears and voila I'm dressed up! Simple. Love these

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