Below are two exquisite examples of rare red amber jewelry. We're not talking common place, run of the mill, phoney fossilized "amber" jewelry. The amber jewelry examples below are genuine antique pieces of Victorian era amber jewelry. Wish I never let them go! Never to be duplicated in their original form. Lucky new owners! Hope they realize how precious these pieces are.
Amber is a translucent fossilized tree resin that comes in many colors including shades of yellow, brown and orange. Amber that contains fossilized small insects is more desireable and valuable. Fake amber abounds and is made from plastics. It is also produced to contain small insects.
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To see select pieces by the costume jewelry designers listed below, clicking on a name will bring you to a page with images of items I have and/or had by that designer.
To see items for sale by any of the designers listed or others for that matter, enter their last name, e.g., Haskell, in the SEARCH box (to the right above) and click the button below it. You will be taken to a page with a complete description, size, price and thumbnail (which you can click for a more detailed view) of items available by that designer.
You can order any item(s) directly from that page by clicking in the checkbox next to the item(s) you wish to order and then clicking the button ADD ITEMS TO MY CART. To purchase additional items or to browse the catalogue, use the drop-down menu at the top of each page of the catalogue.
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