Since ancient times, the beauty of Baltic amber was attracting attention. Amber jewelry is a treasure to own! Formed over 45 million years ago, Baltic amber is an organic substance, a fossil resin produced by pine trees which grew in Northern Europe - from southern regions of the present day Scandinavia and nearby regions of the bed of the Baltic Sea.
Since amber was attributed with many healing properties, it came to be used for medicinal purposes in many cultures. Wearing amber close to the skin is a traditional global remedy for teething, arthritis, stress, anxiety, localized pain, and gives a general sense of wellness.
For teething babies, amber's healing properties will reduce inflammation and calm the baby, without resorting to over the counter medications. All of our teething necklaces are finished with softly rounded shapes. Each bead is individually knotted onto the necklace, to ensure your child's safety.
All of our amber is certified AAA+ in quality and contains 8% succinic acid. Each bead is hand-selected and crafted into the beautiful pieces you can see in our catalogue. Our beads are substantially larger than anything you can find in today's market. By working directly with the mines, we maintain complete quality control over our jewelry.
Safety and Care
If your necklace is fitted with the safety pop clasp, please be cautious when you are removing the necklace. Place both hands on either side of the clasp and gently pull with a left to right rocking motion. The safety pop clasp is designed to pop open for removal. DO NOT PULL ON THE BEADS OR THE STRINGS TO REMOVE THE NECKLACE. THIS COULD RESULT IN BREAKAGE OF THE NECKLACE BY UNSEATING THE STRING FROM THE CLASP AND VOID THE WARRANTY. DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD SLEEP IN AN AMBER NECKLACE! Instead, please remove the necklace and wrap around their ankle and cover with a sock, or remove completely and replace under adult supervision.
A properly fitted children's necklace should fit so that a small child can NOT pull the necklace into their mouth.
Amber is non porous resin from the Baltic Sea. Amber CAN get wet and be worn during bathing. It can we washed with mild soap, rinsed with clean water and towel dried.