Very elegant and beautiful handmade 835 Silver (with Hallmark) Bracelet of old antique Baltic ruby Amber, very clear Baltic Amber, breathtaking classic design, Jugendstil, made around 1970 in Germany.
The Amber on the bracelet is Baltic amber and has been cut from each single piece of original amber. (it's not pressed amber. Pressed amber are much cheaper.)
You would see variations, visibly different color tones from intense red to red-brown during weathering.
"Ruby red butterscotch amber is rarer than the common butterscotch amber, as described on Wikipedia".
In normal daylight or artificial light, this bracelet remains ruby red at all times. It appears lighter in bright light, but the marbling can be seen better.
The last picture show the amber changing color under UV light.
Amber classification: 1AAA
Place of origin of amber: Baltic Sea.
Age of the amber: 40-50 million years
Gemstone: selected Baltic amber
Color: ruby, perfect color
Unique piece: yes
Bracelet interior diameter: 60 mm
Size of the amber in the center: 25 mm* 19 mm
Net weight: 48.5 g
Gemstones are often commonly treated to improve colour or clarity. This has not been examined for this specific item.
Amber heated emits a smell typical for Baltic amber smell of incense.
Ultra-violet radiation test has been carried out. Range of colors by Baltic amber.
The item will be shipped well-packaged and by registered post.
Please note: we guarantee that this item is made of 100% precious amber! Contains no additional materials, adhesives, synthetics, varnish or anything similar. Has also been appraised and tested for value and authenticity by a certified jeweler.
Bidders need to be aware that several countries do not allow importing objects derived from endangered and other protected species, even if a certificate of origin is provided. By bidding, you confirm that you have familiarized yourself with customs laws and regulations of your own country.
- Titolo del materiale
- 60 mm
- Peso totale
- 48.5 g
- Ottime condizioni - leggermente usato con piccoli segni di usura
- Pietra principale
- Ambra baltica