Caribbean Certified Genuine Amber and Sterling Silver Prong Ring

Discovered in 2005 on one of the Caribbean islands, this 30 million years old stone is becoming a true signature stone in a fashion world. Caribbean genuine amber gemstone in a sterling silver prong setting.

6 komentar:


5 August 2009 at 20:54

I bought the ring and still love it


22 August 2009 at 01:57

What commonly is sold as "Caribbean Green Amber" or just "Caribbean Amber" is not natural, old "amber", but mostly heated and pressure enhanced (autoclaved) Colombian copal (young amber).

There is no island in the Caribbean where recently green amber has been found. Sounds Caribbean-romantic, Disneyworld-Style, but far too mysterious to be true.

On the other hand, NATURAL GREEN AMBER has long been found in the Caribbean, on the island "La Hispaniola", in the Dominican Republic.


28 September 2009 at 19:47

Check "Caribbean Amber" on Wikipedia.


28 September 2009 at 21:11

Have had a look at Wiki, oh how wonderfully they are ;-) but the price is nice as well (did you know about it? Anyway, I’d love it!


29 September 2009 at 18:18

Yes, that's an argument. You also can get "genuine" Rolex for 20 bucks. With certificate.


29 September 2009 at 20:22

Better getting used of an ordinary watch and forget about Rolex because you are paying for the name as well, outch!