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    June 10, 2006 by The Gossip Chic  
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    Amber is millions of years and is composed of fossilized tree resin. It contains the memories of the early history of life on the planet. Hence, is often cited as a time capsule. Even prehistoric man found this gem very organic appeal. This can be seen in the old accounts and sculptures in all parties.

    Amber is the stone that shines like drops of honey or Dom Most scientists agree that it would be unlikely to find something so old. The Most amber is 25 to 50 million years.

    The drops of amber color varies from yellow to dark brown to almost black. Amber is also available blue-green and gray, but is very rare. Color Amber "indicates the area where it originated. So we can estimate the age of amber.

    Paleolithic man in Austria has also used the amber gemstones (45,000 to 12,000 BC). The nomadic hunters of the Mesolithic period (12,000 to 4000 BC) color amber hunt animals. They carved the phases of the moon, hunting seasons and the animals they hunted in amber.

    The man of the Neolithic (4000-1900 BC) started using amber as decorative items and jewelry. The rich people in these societies usually belonging to amber jewelry and is used to present their friends and family.

    Later in the eighth century BC C., The Greeks started using amber for gold inlays and ivory. Romans used amber stones in the first century BC to first century AD, which have rings and glasses of amber.

    The ancient Greeks called amber "Elektron" - Meaning " composed of the sun. "An old account says" Amber is the sap of the sun, which is frozen at sea, which explains why it can be found on beaches.

    The piece of amber was mined in the mountains of Lebanon Aftimos Acra, who has a collection of amber pieces with 700 insects, including termites, moths, caterpillars, spiders, scorpions, pseudo-, and mosquitoes. More than 1,000 species of insects disappeared have been found in amber.

    The Baltic States and the Dominican Republic are the two main sources of amber on the market today. Baltic amber is larger and more valuable, but amber from the Republic Dominican is more likely to have insect inclusions, which are prized by collectors.

    The largest mine in the Baltic region is in Russia, west Kaliningrad. Baltic amber is found in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Russia, and sometimes abandoned on the shores of the Baltic Sea as far Denmark, Norway and England. Other amber sources include Myanmar (formerly Burma), Lebanon, Sicily, Mexico, Romania, Germany and Canada.

    About the Author:

    Mithun Rao holds a professional degree in gemology and has spent more than 10 years in the industry. He manages his own jewelry business and takes out the free time to write and maintain his site on gemstones information and jewellery industry. Click here to read more on natural amber gemstones.

    Article Source: - The Age of Natural Amber Stone

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