Baltic amber jewelry – Amber is fossilized tree resin often used in jewelry. Sometimes a gemstone is considered, but in fact is not mineralized. The Baltic amber is any amber Baltic region, which accounts for 80% of the known amber deposits. Follow these steps to learn how to make a necklace of amber 45 cm and 5 parts.
Baltic amber jewelry is usually considered beautiful stones, however, the Baltic Sea amber origin actually dates back to prehistoric times. Millions of years ago the trees gave off its lifeblood in droplets and clusters, capturing everything that was in its path, including insects, leaves, twigs and sometimes small amphibians. These quantities of sap, millions of year’s later, petrified, giving rise to what we call Baltic amber. From that it is not a real stone, great care must be taken in cleaning and Baltic amber storage.
Directions for taking care of Baltic amber jewelry:
1) Moisten a soft felt in warm water.
2) Rub the amber with the moistened cloth.
3) Dry the amber from the Baltic Sea with the cloth that is dry.
4) Place Baltic amber in a plastic bag for storage.
5) Press the air out of the bag and repeatedly bend.
6) Seal the plastic bag with a piece of tape.