Pin brooch with genuine butterscotch BALTIC AMBER Hand-carved ROSE

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Pin brooch with genuine butterscotch BALTIC AMBER Hand-carved  ROSE

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Beautiful ROSE carved by hand into a piece of genuine butterscotch BALTIC AMBER stone

Elegant and sophisticated design. Beautiful silver touches like leaves and vine shaped prongs on the rose are what take this piece to the level of extraordinary in terms of jewellery design.

One large, handcrafted amber stone set in Sterling silver to create this unique brooch.

Brooch size - length: 81mm, width: 29mm

Stone size - length: 35mm, width: 28mm

All of Amber Pleasure's items are located in UK and were handmade in Poland from original Baltic Amber and .925 Sterling silver. All our jewellery is brand new and has been correctly hallmarked. We do not deal with plated or bonded silver. All of the pictures were taken by us, they show the actual product that you are buying.

Perfect gift.

It's our policy to constantly create new designs and make our offers up to date and interesting for our customers and business partners but our priority is the beauty of the amber stones we use, accompanied by the highest quality silverwork. We only use genuine Baltic amber in a variety of shades, emphasising the best features of each stone.

Information about amber:

It radiates sunlight and solar energy, transmutes negative moods into positive energy, promoting positive thinking and attitude. A good luck charm for travellers. Activates the solar plexus and root chakra. Amber revitalises mind, body and soul.

Amber is fossil tree resin, which is appreciated for its colour and beauty. Good quality amber is used for the manufacture of ornamental objects and jewellery. Most of the world's amber is in the range of 30-90 million years old. Because it used to be soft and a sticky tree resin, amber can sometimes contain insects and even small vertebrates. Amber occurs in a range of different colours; as well as the usual yellow-orange that is associated with the colour "amber" , amber itself can range from a whitish colour through to a pale lemon yellow, to brown and almost black. Amber from the Baltic Sea has been extensively traded since antiquity and in the coastal regions, from where amber was traded 2000 years ago, the natives called it glaes (referring to its see-through similarity to glass).

Sterling silver:

The Sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of .925 Sterling is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, usually copper.

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