Cart 0 x

About Baltic Amber

Baltic Amber is an organic substance, a “fossil resin” produced by pine trees which grew in Northern Europe.

The origins of Baltic amber can be traced back to the Eocene epoch, approximately 44 million years ago. During this time, the Baltic region was covered by vast forests of coniferous trees, which produced large amounts of resin.
Over time, the resin became buried and fossilized, creating what we now know as Baltic amber. This process took millions of years and resulted in a unique material with distinct proper-ties.

Baltic amber is widely known for its natural pain-relieving properties. When worn against the skin, the warmth of the body releases succinic acid which can help reduce inflammation and relieve pain, improving sleep quality. This makes it an excellent choice for those suffering from arthritis or other chronic pain conditions. It can also help with anxiety and stress reduction.

Authentic Baltic amber contains Succinic acid, it have been used in folk medicine for thousands of years. It is believed that amber has healing and strengthening properties in the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical range. It is appreciated by those looking for natural beauty and health.

Amber is a beautiful and timeless piece of jewelry that adds a touch of elegance to any outfit. The warm, golden hue of the amber is complemented by the intricate details of the beads, making it a stunning accessory. 

We can meet and discuss our terms and partnership in a 30 minute life chat : BOOK A CALL 

For wholesale price catalogues please CONTACT or read fill out the FORM.

Your submission of this Wholesale Application indicates that you agree to the terms of the following Wholesale Agreement.

Our Certificates

We have tested our products in The International Amber Association, Poland.
IAA Amber Laboratory has been testing and analyzing the samples using a non-destructive method, with an in-house FT-IR Spectrometer with an ATR accessory. The spectrometer makes it possible to distinguish various kinds of amber, fossil resins and synthetic resins.

  • Alex (New York) purchase

    15 minutes ago

  • Jony (USA) purchase

    50 minutes ago

  • Anna (Japan) purchase

    55 minutes ago

Your subscription has been confirmed!

Keep in touch

Fill in your details and we’ll get back to you in no time.