Sumatran Blue Amber Monster
We have finally gotten what I consider monster pieces of Sumatran amber. This particular piece is 7.4 kilograms. That is large, very large. Not only that, but we received a good price when we purchased the items and are now passing that on to you. Normally you would be in the terms of $3 to $4 per gram. We are offering this to you at 90 cents per gram. Unbelievably inexpensive, this is by far the best deal around, anywhere. By the way, did I tell you, this is BLUE amber.................
And finally, if by any chance you are a carver, this is perfect. The amber is true, unbroken and perfect. You cannot get larger or better for carving. I do wonder what object is hidden in here for all the world to see.......
This is big, really big - you do not find amber this large anywhere. At this price, no one, anywhere can come close to this offering. Because of the size, after you order it, will will contact you with the price for shipping (probably in the US, FedEx ground).
>Indonesia consists of 17,508 islands, about 6,000 of which are inhabited. The largest are Java, Sumatra, Borneo (shared with Brunei and Malaysia), New Guinea (shared with Papua New Guinea), and Sulawesi. Indonesia shares land borders with Malaysia on Borneo, Papua New Guinea on the island of New Guinea, and East Timor on the island of Timor.
>Up to this point amber from Indonesia has not been mined. While amber from Indonesia does show up from time to time, there has been no regular amber mining in the region – until now.
The two major amber producing areas are Sumatra and Kalimantan. Kalimantan amber is very similar to Baltic amber in appearance. Sumatran amber is special. It is found in the regular ‘amber-color’ and also in reddish hues, olive green and believe it or not – blue. It used to be the only real blue amber was found in the Dominican Republic and a small amount in Mexico. Blue amber from the Baltic area is heat and chemically treated.
The blue amber is beautiful. When look at the amber in reflected light it is blue, but when looking through the amber it looks reddish brown.
The Indonesia amber polishes well and is almost indistinguishable from Baltic. The blue amber is a wonderful substance that equals or surpasses Dominican blue. Like Dominican blue, Sumatran blue needs natural light to show the beauty.