Baltic Amber Collectors Display Specimen - Baltic Sea
Beautiful Baltic Amber collectors display specimen from the Baltic Sea. Amber is the solidified resin of extinct coniferous trees and is considered a fossil. Amber has been used since the Paleolithic era as an ancient ornamental gem material. This Baltic Amber specimen is a very gemmy collectors display piece, one of our best pieces with exquisite clarity and golden hues. The raw earthy texture of this Amber specimen was created by its origin tree bark during its ancient formation. This piece is able to stand upright on its own without a display.
- Stone: Baltic Amber
- Quality: AAA Grade gemmy with natural texture created by the bark
- Size: 94mm w x 58mm h x 47mm d
- Weight: 76g
- Natural, free of dyes or enhancements.
- You'll receive the piece shown in photos. SKU: 1
Amber Metaphysical Benefits
Amber has a solar influence. Baltic Amber is collected after washing up on the shores of the Baltic Sea. In ancient times it was believed that Amber formed as the rays of sunlight congealed as the sun set over the water. As a fossil resin, Amber once flowed as sap within the coniferous trees of ancient forests. This liquid gold was the lifeblood of these trees, as it carried the nutrients converted from sunlight into tangible energy and food. Amber is literally a product of the sun's rays, as close to solidified sunlight as one can get. Amber has been worn to draw the blessings of the solar goddess so that her protective gaze will ensure a happy and fruitful life. Amber has a warming quality, it's bright cheery disposition can break up stagnant cycles, purify your energy field and uplift heavy emotions. Amber enhances and magnifies your natural beauty. Wearing Amber boosts your self-esteem and self-confidence, which naturally makes you more attractive. Amber can be used to attract good fortune, love, success, financial wealth and abundance.
Scientifically, it's also been discovered that Amber contains magnetic energy and can generate an electrical charge. Amber in Greek is elektron, from which the modern word electricity is derived.