SILVER VICTORIAN STYLE AMBER RING
This gorgeous large Amber ring features a bohemian foliate scrolling around the genuine light cognac coloured Amber cabochon. The surround is lightly oxidized to show details and looks lovely with the Amber.
Approximately 28 x 21mm. Available in sizes J-R. For sizes outside this range please contact me.
In Middle Low German, Amber was known as berne-, barn-, börnstēn (with etymological roots related to "burn" and to "stone"). In the Baltic languages, the Lithuanian term for amber is gintaras and the Latvian dzintars. Early in the nineteenth century, the first reports of amber found in North America came from discoveries in New Jersey along Crosswicks Creek near Trenton, at Camden, and near Woodbury.