Baltic Amber Drop Pendant

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Baltic Amber Drop Pendant (With Sterling Silver Setting)

These 'drop' shaped pendants are made from genuine Baltic Amber, placed within a sterling silver setting. They have been made with cognac amber, which as you can see from the pictures above is a lovely dark golden colour. Each pendant is completely unique and each has its own markings inside. Each 'drop' has its own individual shape, and these pendants in particular contain a beautiful glittery effect which can be partially caused by tiny bubbles inside the resin. Take a look at our pictures above to see the type of different variations there may be between pendants. 


Please Note: This pendant does not come with a chain. Please click here to see our Sterling Silver Chains.

Size of Drop Pendant: As these are made from natural amber the size can vary marginally between pendants, however most are around 1.2 - 1.4 cm in width at the widest point, and roughly 2.8 - 3 cm in height (not including the silver loop). 

Associations & Properties of Amber
Amber is a fossilized tree resin (not sap) that has been widely used for hundreds of years as a healing agent in folk medicine, an ingredient in perfume, cosmetics, and as jewellery. It is often associated as a healing stone and is sometimes called 'The Stone of Liquid Sunshine', it has been popularly used for its calming, balancing and warming energy. 

The Legend of Amber
According to Legend, the origins of Baltic Amber date back to a Lithuanian tale about Jurate the Queen of the Sea. The plots varies widely between different versions, however the most popular stories describe Jurate as an underwater Goddess; sometimes known as a Mermaid or Undine who lived in her beautiful amber castle in the Baltic Sea. It is said she ruled the sea and all sea-life, hence her name 'Jura' meaning 'the sea'. She fell in love with Kastytis a handsome fisherman; but Perkunas the Thunder God was angered when he found out that the immortal Goddess had fallen in love with a mortal man and furiously struck the Amber castle. The castle exploded into millions of pieces and it is said that this is why pieces of Amber now come ashore after a storm on the Baltic Sea. 

Amber Jewellery Care Notes
When not in use, try to keep your Amber Jewelery in its original packaging or in a velvet pouch to keep it protected. If in need of cleaning, this can be done occasionally with a soft cloth to bring out its natural shine; don't use any harsh cleaning chemicals as this may damage it. Try to avoid using perfume and hairspray when wearing your Amber Jewellery and keep out of direct sunlight; natural amber can dull or discolour over time if exposed to this.

More About Amber
Amber is often referred to as the sun stone and has a personality that almost makes you smile when you hold it. Strictly speaking, it's not a crystal, but rather the fossilised resin of trees, which in some cases formed millions of years ago. As such, it has a strong connection with the past, and in larger pieces small insects that last flew a long time ago can sometimes be seen, captured in the resin and preserved forever. 

The energy of amber is bright and cheery, so it can be good stone to have around if you need a burst of positivity. The stone is very light so is ideal for jewellery, and unlike other crystals, it isn't cold to touch. Amber has a long history and has been found in the burial sites of ancient peoples - this may be because it was regarded as having purifying properties.

UK 1st Class Royal Mail – Flat charge £3.10, or Free on orders over £40

Order by 3pm Monday - Friday (excluding public holidays) & goods leave that day. Delivery after dispatch is 1-3 working days.
 

UK Special Delivery Royal Mail by 1pm next working day – from £8.60

Order by 3pm Monday - Friday (excluding public holidays). Doesn’t deliver on public holidays or Saturdays. Friday orders delivered Monday, you will need to sign for the goods. The exact price is based upon weight of items.


INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY

Choose between Royal Mail post (cheaper and slower) or DHL (more expensive and faster).

• Royal Mail to Europe 3-6 working days after dispatch - from £4.20 (2 kg max.)
• DHL to Europe from 1-2 days after dispatch - from £19.96.
• Royal Mail to Outside Europe 6-10 working days after dispatch - from £6.48 (2 kg max.)
• DHL to Outside Europe from 1-2 days after dispatch - from £25.00.

Order by 3pm for Royal Mail and 12 midday (Monday – Friday) for DHL, for dispatch on that day (Excludes public holidays). Exact price and transit time based on combination of destination and weight of parcel.

RETURNS INFORMATION

We accept returns of unopened / unused products within 60 days, please refer to our FAQ page for more information on this.