Amber bangle bracelet, 'Hues of Honey' - Ancient-Pomeranian Amber Bracelet Curate

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Hues of Honey Ancient-Pomeranian Amber Bracelet

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Jewelers on the south coast of the Baltic Sea have been working with natural amber for centuries. Here in Gdynia, Poland, artisans select rustic, textured amber in a range of hues, from honey to caramel to coffee, to pair with sterling silver in an heirloom-quality bangle. The amber is not heat-treated to remove air bubbles and inclusions, meaning that each gem still bears the evidence of the tree resin it was formed from millions of years ago.

  • 68 grams
  • 0.1 lbs
  • 21.6 cm Circumference
  • 8.5" Circumference

  • 925 sterling silver, amber
  • High polish finish
  • Natural amber will vary in size, shape, color and inclusions
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Poland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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07/06/2017

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"What a gorgeous piece of jewelry"

It is truly stunning. Definitely one-of-a-kind! My one suggestion would be to make a smaller circumference. The 8.5" circumference is too large for most wrists here in the U.S..

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  • Great for a night out, or even daily wear

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