Common Amber itself has several uses as also being ornamental. Some may shock you. Others may only freak you out. There are always ups and downs seen in the price of the Amber over the years, mainly because of current developments in fraud amber. But it is even now valued in the range of gold. People even now go thousands of miles in search of gem; it may be to the Baltic, the Dominican Republic or some trade exhibition in Tucson.
The majority of people use Dominican Amber as ornaments, while the more precious coloration and enclosures become collector’s pieces. Most of Blue Amber for example has become priced exhibition pieces both in public and private collections all over the world. Blue Amber has been well designed into artistic carvings in sculptures of Japan and Hong Kong. Of course; others used Blue Amber for making rings, necklaces and brooches which can be worn in discos and clubs for its beautiful features of fluorescence under lights.
Amber is intended to be amber color naturally, right? Wrong. Amber comes with natural color like orange, yellow, cognac, honey or the kind. But there is also a cherry, cream, green, red and even blue as the uncommon of all. Many people are still not aware of the existence of AAA Blue Amber stone. Dominican blue amber looks blue, but not in the manner you might be thinking of. When light hits Blue Amber on a white background, the light particles passes through it, and then light refracts off the white surface that result in Blue Amber is of slight blue hue. This beautiful effect can be found only with Dominican Republic AAA Blue Amber category. Any other Amber will not come out with such kind of effect. So, DR fine jewels is the one place where you can find this unique piece of Dr fine jewels AAA blue amber stone with leaf and flower inclusion in it.