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Reconstructed Amber Beads And Cabochons

The definition of Reconstructed (Pressed) Amber, how it is made and how it is used.

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The beads that you see are the right are pressed (reconstructed) from two amber stones. They are high quality, attractive and command a high price on the amber market.

The International Amber Association, Gdansk, Poland defines reconstructed amber as follows: "Reconstructed (pressed) Baltic amber (Succinite) – gemstone made of Baltic amber pieces pressed in high temperature and under high pressure without additional components".

It is very popular, and widely used throughout the jewelry industry. In fact, almost all classic amber and silver jewelry earrings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. use reconstructed amber cabochons.

This category of amber covers a wide range. It includes beads made from two stones on to beads and cabochons made from many amber pieces sized from large chips on down to powder.

The resulting products are high quality and attractive.

It is safe to say, because of its attractiveness and versatility, that most amber and silver jewelry sold, as well as prayer beads, rosaries, necklaces and bracelets, is made from reconstructed amber.

The reconstruction process can yield an better product, in some ways than un pressed amber, because the pressing process removes internal flaws that always occur in natural amber.

Complete information about Cabochons is at this link Amber Cabochons

Complete information about very popular reconstructed amber beads is at Reconstructed Amber Beads.

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