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Amber Cabochons [ Gemstone Cabochons ]


Amber Cabochons, Gemstone Cabochons Amber Cabochon Gemstones Amber, an ancient organic gemstone, is composed of tree resin that has hardened over time. The stone must be at least 1 million years old to be classified as amber, and some amber can be up to 120 million years old. This is not strictly a gemstone but a fossilized form of resin derived from various coniferous trees. It is found in many colours and may be both translucent or opaque. The rarest specimens are those enclosing insects of extinct species and leaves trapped in the sticky exudations of the tree. Amber occurs practically everywhere in the world, but not in large quantities. It is most abundant, however, in the Baltic regions of Northern Europe. Unlike most other stones, its impurities actually increase its value, but be suspicious of so-called "pressed" or "compressed" amber. It is generally cut en cabochon or left in its original shape and simply polished. Ever since ancient times, it has been used for making beads for necklaces and bracelets. It is widely used in Muslim countries for the famous rosaries.


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