Amber Jewelry’s Time to Shine

Great jewelry material doesn't grow on trees. Or does it? Amber, the resin of prehistoric pine trees, has been prized, traded, and crafted into jewelry and works of art in the Baltic region since antiquity. Today, amber jewelry is big business in the Baltic region, particularly in northern Poland where amber is celebrated each year at the Amberif International Fair of Amber, Jewellery and Gemstones in Gdansk. The 16th installment of the trade fair was held March 11–14, and more than 6,000 people from 40 countries came to see the latest creations by companies and individuals from 12 countries, primarily from the region. It's a good time for amber. It offers cost-conscience shoppers fashion-forward and design-oriented jewelry, and its organic nature should appeal to the green minded. Videos of product demonstrations are available on the "JCK Voices" blog at JCKonline.com. Westwoo
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