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    • 1.

      All About Amber

      by Melanie Godliman - 2007-04-26
      What is amber?A common misconception with Amber is that it is tree sap; it is actually fossilised resin from ancient forests. The tree resin is exuded for a number of reasons such as protection for an...
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      Amber Gemstones - Where to Find Them

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-10-12
      Amber is a fossilized resin made from a species of Pine trees named 'Pinus Succinisera' which grew over 45 million years sgo. They were primarily found in the Baltic region in the European mainland. ...
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      What is an Amber Stone?

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-10-14
      The name 'Amber' was derived from the word 'ambre' from Middle English, 'ambra' from Medieval Latin and 'anbar amergris' from Arabic. Let us look at how amber was made.Amber is the fossilized resin f...
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      What Is Amber

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-10-21
      The name 'Amber' was derived from the word 'ambre' from Middle English, 'ambra' from Medieval Latin and 'anbar amergris' from Arabic. Let us look at how amber was made.The fossilized resin from ancien...
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      Mystical Amber

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-10-28
      Amber is said to have a lot of mystical properties. It is said to bring good luck. It is associated with time, cycles and longevity. Amber is also regarded as being highly sensual and magnetic. It in...
    • 6.

      Facts Behind Amber Gemstone

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-11-02
      The resin from the Pine trees dripped and oozed down into rocks and got fossilized to create amber. In Austria, Paleolithic man (45000 - 12000 B.C.) used this gem. Nomadic hunters from the Mesolithic...
    • 7.

      Amber Gemstone Costing

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-11-02
      The price of amber is determined by the different life forms which are found in the stone. Intact insects, plants, flowers etc will increase the value of amber and these stones will be highly priced....
    • 8.

      The Age of Amber Stone

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-11-02
      Amber is millions of years old and is made up of fossilized resin of trees. It contains souvenirs from the early history of the life on the planet. Hence, it is often called as a time capsule. Even p...
    • 9.

      Distinguishing Real Amber From Fakes

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-11-02
      Identifying an original amber gemstone can be quite difficult. This is because there are many amber imitations found in the market which confuse the buyers.One of its numerous imitations is called 'A...
    • 10.

      Amber: The History

      by Mithun Rao - 2008-11-07
      When the resin from the Pine trees dripped an oozed down into the rocks and was fossilized, amber was formed. Paleolithic man in Austria (45000 - 12000 B.C.) used these gemstones. In the Mesolithic ag...