Formed over 45 million years ago, Baltic Amber has always been a fascinating gemstone. A treasure in its own, Baltic Amber has been the desired and much-loved stone of the noble class people in ancient times and was not affordable by common masses. The pieces of jewelries and trinkets made of Baltic Amber is soaring even today in the contemporary world of diamonds and rubies. Moreover, the beauty and the metaphysical properties of this incredible stone has not downgraded its admiration and standing amongst people.
Baltic Amber is not exactly a stone but is basically fossilized mastic. Its high usage in jewellery has made it a gemstone. Its qualities of balancing the mind, releasing the negativity, easing stress, and aiding appearance has made this lovely warm stone worth wearing.
Although Baltic Amber is well-known, but amber is found in many countries and is used by the people of diverse cultures so not only from Baltic region, Amber from various regions is famous.
Generally, many of the Ambers have been found with insect, bugs, leaves, dragonflies, and many such corpses within them, which directly relates to amber being considered as blissful and lucky amulet.