- 60% brass, 20% amber, 20% synthetic Mare stone
- The larger Mare stone is approximately 1.7 cm in diameter
- The length of the lemon amber is approximately 1 cm
- The diameter of the honey amber is about 0.8 cm
- The diameter of the small Mare stone is approx. 0.3 cm
Amber chain bracelet
The delicate gold bracelet with amber shows the modern face of the traditional jewelry stone. Two ambers have been set on a geometric chain: an oval, honey-colored one and the other - a round one in lemon color. The ambers were combined with Mare stones in green-black tones, which were made from recycled fishing ropes and nets fished from the bottom of the Baltic Sea. The ambers were polished in a family workshop on the Vistula Spit, and then went to the ORSKA workshop in Poznań, where they received brass settings and a modern twist. The entire piece was made by hand. Jewelry from the Baltica collection is limited, no two pieces are the same. Each amber is unique. The geometric bracelet is subtle and striking at the same time. The delicate jewelry is very comfortable to wear, and the adjustable length makes it easy to adjust the size to your needs. Check how to choose the size of the amber bracelet.
How to wear amber? The answer is: with Mare stones!
Jewelry from the Baltica collection is enriched with a one-of-a-kind synthetic MARE stone, which was created as a result of designer Anna Orska's cooperation with the Mare Foundation and the Boomplastic group. Useless fishing nets fished from the bottom of the Baltic Sea as part of the "Clean Baltic" campaign were turned into this unique stone, in the color of sea green. It is not only a color counterbalance to amber, but most importantly it combines what nature has created with what man has made. It is a daily reminder of taking responsibility for our choices. For more information on MARE unique stone, visit our blog. The idea of less-waste is important to us, and the Mare stone is not our only realization in this idea. You can also find recycled materials in jewelry from the New Stone collection, as well as in vegan handbags from the Vivo collection.
Incredible properties of amber
Resin from the amber pine solidified millions of years ago, forming Baltic amber, also known as "Baltic Gold." Each has a different shape, color and clarity. You can find milky, honey, cognac and even green ambers. For centuries they have been used for ornaments and jewelry, but not everyone knows that this golden stone is not only stunning in appearance, but can also have a beneficial effect on our well-being and even have health-promoting properties. By emitting negative ions, it can have an effect on strengthening the heart, stabilizing respiratory processes and lowering blood pressure. Natural amber has a calming effect, activates the body to fight disease, and helps fight free radicals. They are also attributed to antibacterial effects and accelerate wound healing. They are a common ingredient in cosmetics due to their rejuvenating effects. In lithotherapy, amber relieves pain. Maintaining ionic balance also affects the production of serotonin, which ensures the proper functioning of the nervous system. There are old customs stemming from the belief that amber has a positive effect on health, such as putting amber jewelry on teething children, or leaving amber under bedding to treat insomnia. To this day, the belief persists that the stone has a positive effect on the psyche, stimulating creativity and creative forces.
How to wear amber bracelets?
"Baltic gold" was loved by our grandmothers, mothers and aunts, and now it is regaining popularity. Artistic jewelry with amber is an excellent gift idea for a woman of any age. Jewelry from the Baltica collection encapsulates summer memories in a contemporary form. It brings to mind the beach, the sun, and freedom, while adding glamor and subtle elegance. Amber can be combined with other aquatic gems, such as irregular pearls from the Parer collection. For more inspiration on how to creatively combine jewelry, check out our blog. Explore the entire Baltica collection inspired by the Polish sea.