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OLGA 14K gold ring with rare color change 2.38ct by WingedLion, $2480.00

OLGA gold and Palladium ring with rare color change Blue Sapphire with diamond halo RESERVED for M.

A highly important jadeite bead, ruby and diamond necklace, Cartier, Circa 1933.   Composed of twenty-seven graduated jadeite beads of highly translucent bright emerald green colour, completed by a clasp set with calibré-cut rubies and baguette diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18 karat yellow gold, length approximately 530mm, unsigned. Beads approximately 19.20 to 15.40mm.  Provenance: Formerly in the collection of Barbara Hutton, Louise Van Allen and the Princess Nina Mdivani.

Formerly in the collection of Barbara Hutton, Louise Van Allen and the Princess Nina Mdivani.

Lithuania Culture in Photos 101 - Photo Gallery of Lithuanian Culture: Lithuanian Amber - Amber from the Baltic Coast

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Ruby Gemstones Lithuania Culture in Photos 101 - Photo Gallery of Lithuanian Culture: Lithuanian Amber - Amber from the Baltic Coast

Shades of Amber.  Amber is a fossil resin mainly of the Pine tree which can range in colour from orange, to dark brown, green, violet or yellow.

Shades of Amber. Amber is a fossil resin mainly of the Pine tree which can range in colour from orange, to dark brown, green, violet or yellow.

Amber pendant - Baltic amber

Amber pendant - Baltic amber

Amber is FOSSILIZED TREE RESIN (not sap) appreciated for color & natural beauty since Neolithic times Valued from antiquity to present as a GEMSTONE made into variety of decorative objects Used as an ingredient in perfumes, healing agent in folk medicine &  jewelry 5 CLASSES  defined on basis of CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS. Originates as soft, sticky tree resin sometimes contains animal & plant material INCLUSIONS. In COAL seams ALSO called RESINITE & term AMBRITE found w/in New Zealand...

°Wood resin the source of Amber ~ A Natural pain reliever

necklace of Amber..."Lithuanian Gold"--amber is important in Lithuanian culture, being the national stone and a traditional status symbol--amongst Lithuanian women, it could almost be said that she who dies with the most amber wins ;P

necklace of Amber."Lithuanian Gold"--amber is important in Lithuanian culture, being the national stone and a traditional status symbol--amongst Lithuanian women, it could almost be said that she who dies with the most amber wins

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