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The Collection: The History of Amber    back
Baltic amber is a fossil resin which was secreted by trees about forty million years ago. The forests producing prospective Baltic amber were situated on today's terrain of Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea. The resin was then transported down the Eridan River, whose mouth was located on the present coast of the Baltic Sea. Trapped underground or submerged in water the material underwent various chemical and physical transformations eventually becoming amber.

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