Books on Amber
Amber Rosaries And Crosses
Apparel & Accessories
Books, Calendars, Maps, Movies, Music And More
Food - Delicacies
Home, Garden and Kitchen
Keepsakes and Memorabilia
Links - General
Links - Pisanki
Links - Polish
The Polish Answer Man
Join our mailing list!
Store Hours (EST):
Mon - Sat 9:30am - 6:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 3:00pm
Natural Baltic Amber With Spider (Araneae) Inclusion
for every dollar you spend!
Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Wishpot add this item to your
Trapped in amber approximately 50 million years ago this is a fine example of a spider from ages ago. This very fine piece was found in Lithuanuia, weighs 9.3 grams, measures 1.5" x .75" and is mounted on an acrylic display with magnifying glass. Perfect for amber lovers or as a school display.
Amber (Bursztyn in Polish) is fossilized tree sap that dates back 40 million years. It comes from all around the world, but the highest quality and richest deposits are found around the Baltic Sea. During the colder months, when water density reaches its highest point, amber floats up from the seabed and is washed to shore by the waving sea. Amber is the only fossil resin that contains 3 to 8% succinic acid, a multi-purpose therapeutic substance, that was prescribed by early physicians for headaches, heart problems, arthritis and a variety of other ailments. In ancient times it was carried by travellers for protection. All of our amber is directly imported from the Baltic city of Gdansk, Poland.
Have a question about this product? Click the "Questions" tab below and get answers from other customers (and from us)!
Includes Numbered Certificate Of Identification
Dla Ciebie (For You) Polish Jewelry Gift Box - Bra
Baltic Amber Brass Crucifix
Honey Amber and Silver Letter Opener
Butterscotch Amber Mushroom 1.75" Tall
Multi-colored Amber Knife-Fork-Spoon Set
Multi-Color Amber Mosaic Business Card Holder
Genuine Amber Incense Sticks [pack of 6]
Multi-Colored Amber Pipe
Browse for more products in the same category as this item:
9539 Jos. Campau
Hamtramck, MI 48212