Baltic amber jewelry – charm bracelets, neclaces, earrings is available on line at www.evatirc.com . A lot of resinous pines grew in mixed forests of Scandinavia and modern Baltic area. As the climate became warmer resin leaked from pines, melted in sunshine, hardened and got into soil, then polymerised and under the influence of bacteria and fungi turned to amber. Approximately 30–90 million years ago rivers swilled down the first amber mines and scattered amber in the large part of contemporary sea, especially in the Baltic Sea, where until now people find amber. Amber may be of various colours: yellow, rarely white, blue, brown, black, green. Remainders of animals and plants sometimes are found in some pieces of amber, these are inclusions (mostly of insects and arachnids). Amber softens at the temperature of 150 C and melts at the temperature of 350-375 C. Amber pieces may be of various size (up to 6 kg). Amber is used for production of jewellery and amulets from the ancient times. It is a good medicine against rheumatic diseases. It includes solvents and volatile oils, which may soothe rheumatic pain. To reduce pain in joints wrap the joint with bracelets, necklace. If finger joints hurt, amber ring will help. Furthermore, succinic acid is applied in medicine. Amber jewellery becomes more and more popular. People say even a small piece of amber brings home happiness and better spirit. Amber charm bracelet or necklace means beauty and health. This is immediate touch to the earth and sun harmony, amber irradiates kindness and optimism. Amber jewellery is made by various methods: by grinding tools, heating or manual polishing. Especially complex technology is applied to obtain transparent and streamlined forms. Necklaces and bacelets are composed of alike and different colour details. Some are combined with turquoise and other precious stones.Price of jewelry depends on total weight of amber piece and complexity of production technology. The bigger piece of amber the price is higher.