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Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia
Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia
Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia
Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia
Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia
Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver - GemzAustralia

Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver

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Mexican Amber Pendant, Chiapas Amber, Sterling Silver, Natural Shaped, 30 million years old, Fossilized Tree Resin, Balance, Wisdom & Luck

Millions of years old, Mexican Amber Pendant

A beautiful tumbled piece of Genuine Chiapas Amber in a cognac colour is divine in this Pendant

Amber pendant measures 40mm long

Amber measures 25 mm by 21 mm, 4mm depth

2.1 grams

The bail is set in 925 Sterling Silver

• chain / pearls sold separately

Pick-up South Brisbane or can post anywhere in Australia / World with tracking 

Mexican amber, also known as Chiapas Amber, is found in Mexico. Created during the late Oligocene and Early Miocene epochs of the Cenozoic Era in southwestern North America.

Chiapas Amber is fossilized tree resin from the now extinct tree species, Hymanea Mexicana. What we know is that it formed some 23-30 million years ago during the Oligocene Era. These giant trees were subject to damage via forest fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other means, releasing copious amounts of resin from their trunks and branches

Chiapas amber is also the most phosphorescent of all types of amber in the world, meaning it will not just fluoresce under a UV light, but will glow for some time afterward as well.

Besides being one of the hardest amber types in the world (being as hard as Burmese amber and Dominican Amber), the most phosphorescent, one of the three most fluorescent, and having one of the largest varieties of natural colors, Chiapas amber is also known to be warm to the touch and extremely electrostatically conductive.