|by Sue, GA on May, 2013My necklace arrived two days after I ordered it. L...|
|by Renata on May, 2013BEAUTIFUL. I am more than happy with my purchase|
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|by peter on April, 2013seamless transaction. no problems|
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Green Amber - the rarest and finest of all amber colors. Created millions of years ago from tree resin, green amber is vibrant and unique. Sterling silver setting emphesizes its beauty and uniqueness. Choose any piece from our amber jewelry collection and be the center of attention.
Although natural green amber doesn't exist it is probably the most favoured and sought after type of amber used for making amber jewelry.
Green amber that you can find in jewelry stores is a natural clear or greenish-yellow amber that has been subjected to special treatment. It is usually a heat treatment but the details are guarded by amber jewelry manufacturers. Green amber available on the market is a genuine amber accepted by the International Amber Association as a variation of amber color enhancement just as other gemstones treated to bring out luster or enhance color. Amber which is an organic fossilized resin produced in natural conditions at least 40 million years ago was considered a valuable trading commodity by ancient Romans.
As of today it is still a highly valued material used in jewelry industry. As with any amber, green amber is considered a gemstone although it doesn't have mineral origin. Precious materials like sterling silver or gold are used in combination with green amber to make beautiful jewelry. Jewelers love to work with green amber and as it is a soft and warm material perfect for almost any jewelry style and design. Jewelry made with green amber is unusual. It is a perfect gem for delicate settings and pieces as it is very lightweight. A piece of green amber is usually set into a frame with a silver backing. Easy to care for, green amber requires a simple buffing to remove any scratches that may occur on its surface. Green amber is used to make all different types of jewelry items including earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, pins, rings or cufflinks.