The Origin of Baltic Amber

Baltic amber owes its exceptional charm to its fascinating history spanning the period from the times when it was sticky resin dripping in the Tertiary forest at least 40 million years ago to the point when it was found as a small solid nugget on the Baltic beach.

Amber-yielding forests grew in the area of what is not northern Europe. Bulky pieces of Baltic Amber that weigh even more than 3KG and beautiful drops that sometimes are so small as if they wanted to convince one that they really are the tears of the mythological Heliades are evidence that Tertiary trees were large and produced a great amount of resin.

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