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Thank you for shopping at AmberDesire.com.
We sell only International Amber Association
certified amber jewelry.
It means that the products comply with Association’s recommendation and remain under its supervision regarding:
The firm which follows the recommendation of the International Amber Association must not sell pressed amber, amber surrogates, subfossil resins (copals) and synthetic resins.
Your purchase is 100% genuine, gem-quality, natural Baltic amber. No other amber or copal from around the world has the properties of Baltic amber.
Baltic amber is the fossilized resin or sap from extinct prehistoric coniferous pine tree which formed a huge forest 40-60 million years ago at the present location of the Baltic Sea. This lightest of organic gems sometimes have inclusions of entrapped flora, fauna and insects and provides a connection with our past. Stone Age sun worshippers, early Greeks, and Romans believed that wearing amber kept one healthy and young.
To clean amber jewelry, use polishing cloth or soapy warm water. Dust and perspiration can be removed with clean, lukewarm water and a soft flannel cloth. The amber can be dried and rubbed with clear olive oil, then rubbed with a soft cloth to remove excess oil and restore the polish. Never use active solutions. Do not put your amber jewelry on before hairspray and perfume is applied, because it will likely create a whitish coating on the amber that may be permanent. Never put amber jewelry in an ultrasonic or steam cleaner, which would shatter the gem. Never let amber come in contact with strong solutions, soaps, detergents, commercial jewelry cleaning solutions, perfume, or hairspray. All of these can dull the finish and/or give a whitish coating. Keep the amber away from common kitchen substances such as lard, salad oil, butter and excessive heat of ovens and burners.
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