Explore the history of the natural world with our beautiful Amber fossils. Amber is the fossilised resin of extinct conifer trees and range in age to over 50 million years old. Organic plant matter and insects can become trapped at the time that the resin was sticky and fluid, and become entombed for million of years as the amber hardens and fossilises.
Amber has a wonderful sunny golden colour that makes it a lovely gift for any occasion. For more information on Amber, visit our Amber Stone Type page.
Amber and Insect Fossil
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Discover the beauty of ancient amber with this fine specimen. This amber droplet contains a perfectly preserved insect and comes carefully packaged in its very own magnifying box so that you can take a closer look.
This amber specimen is approximately 50 million years old and formed from the resin of extinct conifer trees. The first recorded gemstone, amber has a soft honey colour, making it very popular for jewellery.
A wonderful gift from the history of our planet, this amber and insect specimen makes a great gift for children and adults fascinated by natural history and gemstones.
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