What is amber?
Amber is a resin produced by coniferous trees, generally with yellowish coloring. Amber comes in hundreds of shades and variations.
The Yellow color of this stone is generally the most common.
Green amber can be found naturally, however some varieties are from treating amber with heat and pressure.
Red amber is the 2nd most rare, and also can be created by applying very high heat to amber.
Blue amber is extremely rare and found in the Dominican Republic.
Some people don’t think there is technically black amber. It is amber that contains a lot of soil, debris, or other inclusions which makes the amber dark in color.
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