BALTIC AMBER WITH INSECTS FOR SALE
About 90% of the world’s amber comes from the Baltic Region of Poland, Latvia and Estonia and Russia. It is estimated that the forests of 44 million years ago produced 100,000 tons of amber. The structure of Baltic Amber makes it dense, hard and allows for the impressive preservation of plants and animals stuck in it. Predominantly yellow in color, Baltic Amber can also be orange or brown. Baltic Amber is prized because of its clarity and the preservation of inclusions.