Dominican Amber With Wasps 78.5ct
Termites, Braconid wasps, Scelionid wasps, Simuliidae flies, and Membracidae are among the 5 species and 50 micro insects found in this single specimen. Dominican Amber, which is a rare and valuable product from the Dominican Republic, has the unique property of being almost always transparent and UV-reactive. As a result, when it is exposed to ultraviolet light, it glows in an amazing display of natural beauty, allowing it to create an incredible display of beauty.
Aside from that, there are numerous inclusions in this Amber, which further add to its character and vibrancy. It is well known that Dominican Amber has a different look and feel to other types of Amber, such as Baltic Amber or Mexican Amber. This makes Dominican Amber an amazing find for Amber collectors or enthusiasts of any kind.
Often cut into chunks, Hymenaea protera wood comes from trees that are now extinct and has been used for a long time to create jewelry forms that need little more material than is required for a design.
|Dimensions:||40 x 29 x 19 mm|
|Priced at:||$16 per carat|
|Origin:||Barahona, Dominican Republic|
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Discovering Amber from the Dominican Republic: A Guide to its History & Culture
Amber is a precious gemstone found in the Dominican Republic that has been used for centuries in jewelry and art. In this blog post, we'll explore the history, and beauty of amber from the Dominican Republic.