Amber Burmese golden amber necklace 32.1g Baltic Amber Wax non-second generation amber

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Amber Burmese golden amber necklace 32.1g Baltic Amber Wax non-second generation amber

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introduce: This natural Burmese gold amber necklace is of excellent quality. It is a kind of glass material, which guarantees that the pure natural ore is peeled and ground by hand. There is no artificial optimization processing. The interior is transparent. There are few impurities. It is very rare. Under the irradiation of a purple lamp It will show a normal luminescence reaction, and the luster of the golden amber looks like a Gemstone mirror luster under natural light! It is worth collecting! Guarantee natural Burmese amber (golden amber), no optimization, support third-party inspection A brief history of amber in Myanmar Amber is the resin of the tertiary coniferous plants from the Mesozoic Cretaceous to the Cenozoic, and is an organic mixture formed by geological processes. The formation of amber generally has three stages. The first stage is when the resin is secreted from the cypress pine tree, and the second stage is when the resin is deeply buried and petrified. The composition, structure and characteristics of the resin have undergone significant changes; The third stage is that the petrochemical resin is washed, transported, deposited and diagenesis occurs to form amber. The tree species of Burmese amber belong to the plant kingdom, gymnosperms, Pinus, Pinus, Araucaria, and Kauri are Agathis plants. The earliest recorded document of Burmese amber is the "Shan Hai Jing". It is described in the first name of the Nan Shan Jing, Queshan: The water of Limuji flows out of Yan, and the west flows into the sea. Among them, there are many fertility and no disease. Among them, Yupei refers to amber. Lishui is the Irrawaddy River, one of the largest rivers in Indochina Peninsula in Asia and the largest river in Myanmar. The translation means that Lishui originated from this mountain, and then flows westward into the sea. There are many things called Yupei swimming in the water. People wearing it will not suffer from bulging diseases. It can be seen that ancient China has known the existence of Burmese amber, and China really started to contact Burmese amber in the Han Dynasty, but Burmese amber really began to be sold to China in the first century AD, when amber was introduced to China as a high-end tribute during the Tang and Song Dynasties. Burmese amber really started to become hot in 2008. Because of its age, good texture, low price (compared to the Baltic Sea and Dominican Republic), coupled with a huge demand market, Burmese amber began to shine.

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Name: Burma gold amber necklace 32.1g A total of 39 grains, the diameter of each grain is about 0.9~1.5 cm Weight: 32.1 grams Approximately 44 cm in length

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