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Amber Jewelry & Accessories

Ambers are organic gems made of fossilized tree resin and sometimes insects or other materials that got stuck in the sap.

Two special types of amber are:

  • Resinite
    Amber that fossilized in coal seams
  • Ambrite
    Amber from New Zealand coal seams

Earth Spirit Sterling Silver Amber Single Button Earring
Earth Spirit Sterling Silver Amber Cuff (Size: Average)

Kansas State flag
Jelinite Amber is the official state gemstone of Kansas.

Amber dangle earrings Amber Sunset (Mexico)

Amber dangle earrings Amber Sunset (Mexico)

Each of the amber stones in these earrings from Juan Garc�a of Chiapas, Mexico, appears as a gleaming round sun slowly sinking beneath a Mexican horizon, transporting you to a lazy afternoon on a sandy beach. Fashioned with sterling silver in a high polish finish, the earrings pair perfectly with casual outfits, be it jeans or a dress.


Amber dangle earrings, 'Amber Treasure' (Mexico)

Amber dangle earrings, 'Amber Treasure' (Mexico)

This contemporary take on amber jewelry featuring solid bars of amber treasure comes from Juan Garc�a of Mexico. The variety and unpredictability of natural amber, presented here in a faceted baguette shape, contrasts with the modern, geometric lines of the sterling silver. Sterling silver hooks complete these dangle earrings.


Amber beaded bracelet, 'Incandescent' (Mexico)

Amber beaded bracelet, 'Incandescent' (Mexico)

Mexican amber, its natural yellow-to-orange colors reminiscent of the incandescent glow of old-fashioned street lamps, is the highlight of this wristband bracelet. Paola Lopez crafts her design by hand with a button-style clasp made of an agate bead. Natural amber is a fossilized resin, and no two pieces are alike in shape and color. Bits of moss and plant life may be seen within droplets of true amber.


Amber choker, 'Golden Monarch' (Mexico)

Amber choker, 'Golden Monarch' (Mexico)

With wings of golden amber, a butterfly alights on this original design. Lupita Betancourt pays tribute to the monarch butterflies that migrate from Canada to overwinter in Mexico's oyamel forests. Set in silver, the exquisite creature centers a choker necklace. "The butterfly symbolizes freedom and beauty as well as the power of transformation," the designer explains. Natural amber is a fossilized resin, and no two pieces are alike in shape and color. Bits of moss and plant life may be seen within droplets of true amber. .925 Sterling silver


Amber drop earrings, 'Lamplight' (Mexico)

Amber drop earrings, 'Lamplight' (Mexico)

Orbs of golden amber descend from coils of copper wire, as lovely as glowing lamplight shining through the dark. Mexican artisan Nadia Fonseca handcrafts these beautiful earrings using wire wrapping techniques.


Amber dangle earrings, 'Temple of Light' (Indonesia)

Amber dangle earrings, 'Temple of Light' (Indonesia)

Radiant within an argent hoop, amber lights up this delightful design. Sparkling dewdrops and sterling arabesques adorn exquisite silver earrings by Sukartini. .925 Sterling silver When used in jewelry, amber beads can include a stunning arrangement of tones and hues. Natural amber ranges from yellow to deep orange. It may sometimes even have a green cast to it, as well as opaque swirls within. Because amber is the preserved resin of prehistoric trees that grew millions of years ago, it sometimes has tiny inclusions of plants and insects -- making it highly prized.


Amber strand necklace, 'Baltic Treasure' (USA)

Amber strand necklace, 'Baltic Treasure' (USA)

Nuggets of natural Lithuanian amber shading from lemon yellow to honey to dark coffee form a unique long strand necklace. Due to ancient inclusions buried within the resin, no two necklaces will be exactly alike.