Where is amber found?


Amber is found all over the world, but large quantities are found in Eastern Europe and Mexico. Amber is fossilized tree resin, so anywhere large concentrations of fossilized trees are found, amber is also likely to be found.

Amber is initially secreted as a sticky tree sap, and the preserved remains of insects or plants are often encased in amber. The semiprecious substance has been valued through the ages and used in jewelry and other artworks. It is prized for its transparency and deep yellow-orange color. There are five different grades of amber based on the size and clarity as well as the number of inclusions in the sample.

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Amber hard translucent fossilized resin produced by extinct coniferous trees of the Tertiary period, typically yellowish in color. Amber has been used in jewelry since antiquity.
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It is found most commonly in the Baltic and Dominican Republic areas. Most of it is mined and not found on the sea shore. Amber is fossilized so you don't have to call it fossil amber
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