Very Old Vintage Butterscotch Egg Yolk Yellow Baltic Amber Bracelet Jewelry 1702
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Very Old Vintage Butterscotch Egg Yolk Yellow Baltic Amber Bracelet Jewelry 1702:
Old vintage antique retroButterscotch / egg yolk / yellow color natural genuine realBaltic Ambergemstone stretchablebracelet authentic women's jewelry.
Ruler in the pictures is in centimeters. Scales shows weight in grams.
This item is 100% natural Baltic Amber.
You get the exact item that you see in the pictures.
Approximate stone measurements:
smallest stone: 19 x 14 x 6millimeters / 0.75 x 0.55 x 0.24 inches
biggest stone: 25 x 18 x 15millimeters / 0.98 x 0.71 x 0.59 inches
internal diameter: 6centimeters / 2.36 inches
internal circumference (length): 19centimeters / 7.5 inches
Total weight:49 grams.
Item location:Vilnius, Lithuania.
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Amber is solidified resin of conifers. According to the scientists, Baltic Amber formed 50 million years ago during Eocene epoch, when the massive subtropical forests were growing in The Baltic Sea Catchment Basin. Fallen resin with the lapse of time has naturally solidified and deteriorated into amber due to processes of oxidation and polymerization. Most of it have been collected by the running rivers and drifted to the Baltic Sea. Plants, insects and other wildlife tailings have been adhered to the drifting resin. Plants and organisms inside amber are called inclusions. It is believed that during Eocene epoch subtropical forests could produce approximately 100,000 tons of amber. Baltic Amber consist a great amount of succinate (amber acid), therefore it is called succinite.
Nowadays the price of a natural amber constantly raises. This causes massive amber counterfeiting. I will briefly describe the most popular and commonly-used falsifications of amber and the ways to identify true amber.
Glass is quite unpopular material for counterfeiting amber for a very simple reason. Glass is heavier, harder, colder and incombustible.
Copal is a resinous substances in an intermediate stage ofpolymerization. Generally it is young resin (1000 to 1 million years). Melting temperature of copal is low comparing to amber. It may also have natural inclusions, but usually they are falsified.
Phenolic resin is a synthetic resin produced in artificial way. Generally phenolic resin beads are identical to each other in shape, colour and looks ‘too perfect’.
Celluloid isregarded to be the firstthermoplastic. Usually it is yellow and cloudy and looks similar to the true amber.
Casein is a plastic made from cows milk. It is a little bit heavier than amber and have cloudy, turoffer yellow colour.
Modern plastic (polyester, polystyrene)
Optically this substitute can hardly be distinguished because with it authentic amber colors and limpidity can be obtained. Falsified inclusions are too big and clearly seen, usually inserted in the very center of plastic.
There are many various ways to identify true amber. I will describe only two ways which are the most suitable for domestic conditions. So here we go: