This striking cocktail ring features a cluster of honey amber stones, with many glittering natural inclusions and variations in color, set in a large .925 sterling silver band.
Did you know that scientists presume that the trade in amber started as early as in New Stone Age. Amber, obtained in major extracavation centers in Jutland and on eastern Baltic Coast began to spread in central Europe reaching even Egypt. Baltic amber beads were found in 3400-2400 BC pharaoh tombs in Tethys pyramid. German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann who in 1871-1890 extracavated Troy in addition to other artefacts found amber beads. Scientists established that they were made from amber that had been brought from the Baltic Coast in 3000 BC. This archaeologist has found Baltic amber also in cupola tombs of Mycenaean culture built on Crete Island in 1600-800 BC.