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Amber lovers, you have arrived at the Heaven of Amber Lovers. Be prepared to be amazed by the most remarkable collection of Amber Rings you have ever seen. All our pieces were "true handmade" by the finest master artists. The gorgeous genuine Amber set in our jewelry were hand-cut as well. Most were cut with Fancy Cuts, Cabochon Cuts, Fancy Cuts and also Free Form Cuts. You will also find rare huge size Baltic Amber ring and Tibetan Yellow Amber ring in our store, gems that are not available elsewhere. The Amber rings in our collections are in the same caliber as those famous designer brands, such as David Yurman and John Hardy, but we offer our pieces at much lower prices. Prices that you can easily afford.
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What Secrets Might Amber Hold?
Amber, which is fossilized pine tree sap, is like an ancient antique from historical times.
Demand is especially strong for amber with insects captured inside. "Amber is like a time capsule made and placed in the earth by nature herself," said David Federman, author of The Consumer Guide to Colored Gemstones. "It has helped paleontologists reconstruct life on earth in its primal phases. More than 1,000 extinct species of insects have been identified in amber."
Could a mosquito trapped in amber hold dinosaur DNA? Most amber just isn't old enough, celebrating maybe 25 to 50 million birthdays at most. The dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous period. The Jurassic period was 144 million years ago. But in 1994, Dr Raul Cano of California Polytechnic state University at San Luis Obispo, a molecular biologist, reported in the British journal Nature that he and his colleagues had extracted DNA from a weevil that was trapped in amber 120 to 135 million years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the earth.
The amber, which was from the Lower Cretaceous period, was mined in the mountains of Lebanon south of Beirut by Aftim Acra, who has a collection of amber pieces containing 700 insects, including termites, moths, caterpillars, spiders, pseudoscorpions, and midges, which do suck blood.