Cognac amber is the most common and typical color of ambers. This amber comes from the sap color. The age of the amber is ranges between 30 to 50 million years. Cognac amber resembles the rich brown color of French brandy, and darker hues rank among the more sought-after shades of amber. The color is almost transparent due to the air gasses trapped inside of the gemstone. It may contain "inclusions" such as plant debris, pollen and even insects trapped in the tree resin and preserved when it fossilized, which increase its value.
Dazzlingly sunny amber, aging 60 million years, is the petrified resin of ancient forests. The most famous amber color that can be found in all corners of the planet. Honey color has up to 600 different shades.
Amber exists in many colors. One of the most beautiful is Green Amber. It shows a strong connection with nature and the Earth. For the most part, Green Amber is located in southern Russia and northern Ukraine. Millions of years ago, green amber deposits were discovered in those regions.
The Great Ice Age is a global phenomenon that has changed the climate and surface of the earth, as well as having a huge impact on amber. Large, heavy layers of ice shifted south of northern Europe, passing above the ground and dragging abundant amounts of green grass and moss. All of that green material got mixed with the gemstone, creating the magical color of green amber.
Cherry amber is one of the different variations of Baltic amber. It got its name in connection with the bewitching dark red color that it has acquired over millions of years. Natural cherry amber was formed over 90 million years ago and is very rare and highly regarded.
Cherry amber was highly valued in the ancient world thousands of years ago by the Romans Celts and Greeks for its healing properties. It is believed that cherry amber enhances the well-being of our body, mind and spirit, and has the ability to improve oxygen and blood circulation.
We use Baltic cherry amber that's aged 90 million years. It is mined at a depth of up to 400 meters below the surface, where it comes in contact with warm rocks and reddish clay. Dark cherry color is only on the surface of the stone, 1-2 mm. Inside, the stone is lemon-colored, the original color of the resin, which gives a very beautiful glow.