Discontinued 1909: Prehistoric Amber Ring, Size 6.5

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  • This limited-edition Erica Weiner piece is part of our biannual online sample sale, and will only be available through midnight (EST) on Thursday, May 26.    
  • During the sale, please be patient and allow us an extra week to pack and ship your jewelry.
  • This item is FINAL SALE: we're not accepting returns or exchanges under any circumstances.
  • This weekend, spend over $100 and domestic shipping is free.
  • Packaging will be super-minimal to save on space and the environment, but if you require a gift box, let us know!      

Amber is a fossilized tree resin that's been used in jewelry since Neolithic times.  This particular amber, in fact, dates from way BEFORE the stone age - it's estimated to be from the Eocene period, so those tiny insects you see trapped in there?  They are forty-four million years old.  Each oblong is carefully custom-fit with a band of 14K gold that hugs it perfectly, letting in maximum light to display the preserved specimen.  Amber glows orange when the suns' rays filter through it, which fascinated our stone-age ancestors.  Now, in the digital age, it's still blowing minds. One left in a size 6.5!

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About

  • This limited-edition Erica Weiner piece is part of our biannual online sample sale, and will only be available through midnight (EST) on Thursday, May 26.    
  • During the sale, please be patient and allow us an extra week to pack and ship your jewelry.
  • This item is FINAL SALE: we're not accepting returns or exchanges under any circumstances.
  • This weekend, spend over $100 and domestic shipping is free.
  • Packaging will be super-minimal to save on space and the environment, but if you require a gift box, let us know!      

Amber is a fossilized tree resin that's been used in jewelry since Neolithic times.  This particular amber, in fact, dates from way BEFORE the stone age - it's estimated to be from the Eocene period, so those tiny insects you see trapped in there?  They are forty-four million years old.  Each oblong is carefully custom-fit with a band of 14K gold that hugs it perfectly, letting in maximum light to display the preserved specimen.  Amber glows orange when the suns' rays filter through it, which fascinated our stone-age ancestors.  Now, in the digital age, it's still blowing minds. One left in a size 6.5!

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