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Amber teething bracelets can help to ease the discomfort and pain that accompanies this stage in a growing child’s life. They are made from 100% natural Baltic amber we carefully select to ensure our products meet the very highest standards.

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Genuine Baltic Amber Baby Teething Bracelet Anklet Black
Weight:  ~ 2.3 g / ~ 0.081 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$2.99
Genuine Baltic Amber Baby Teething Bracelet Anklet cognac
Weight:  ~ 2.6 g / ~ 0.092 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$2.99
Genuine Baltic Amber Baby Teething Bracelet Anklet Honey
Weight:  ~ 2.3 g / ~ 0.081 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$2.99
Genuine Baltic Amber Baby Teething Bracelet Anklet Mixed
Weight:  ~ 2.3 g / ~ 0.081 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$2.99
Genuine Baltic Amber Baby Teething Bracelet Anklet rainbow
Weight:  ~ 2.3 g / ~ 0.081 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$2.99
Raw Baltic Amber Teething Bracelet Anklet baby green
Weight:  ~ 2.6 g / ~ 0.095 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$3.39
STRETCH Baltic Amber Teething Bracelet Anklet baby mixed color
Weight:  ~ 2.5 g / ~ 0.095 oz Gemstone:  Baltic Amber Condition: New ( Hand-Made ..
$3.39
 
Interesting Facts About Baltic Amber

Baltic amber is found in the Baltic region of northern Europe and this variety of amber accounts for approximately 80%-90% of the world's supply. Amber from the Baltic Sea region contains the highest level of succinic acid, and therefore is considered to be the highest quality amber you can find. 
 
Baltic amber is lighter than gemstones or metal. It is actually less dense than saltwater, which allows it to float and move easily from place to place along a seacoast. Large pieces of this material are comfortable to wear; its light weight also makes it easy for jewelry makers to cut and shape it into finished pieces.
 
Baltic amber is used in various forms of jewelry, including bracelets, necklaces, rings, pendants, bead work and earrings. For centuries, it has also been used for pipe stems and cigarette holders. Sculptors have worked amber into figurines, decorative cups, picture frames, a model ship and church altars. Baltic amber has even been used to decorate the walls of an entire room.