Discovered in 2012 in Sumatra, this amber has a blue tinge which is a colour shared with some of the world's rarest dominican ambers. Natural sunlight brings out the blue tinge, whilst under stronger UV light, it also fluoresces to an incredible neon blue. With light going through, it becomes translucent in a deep cognac colour.
This pendant is classically shaped with a solid silver cabochon design on the reverse and set off with a brilliant white topaz in the bail.
Amber: Blue 19.2ct
Age: Miocene, 20 million years old
Metal: Sterling Silver
Dimensions: 40mm including bail