Amber Bracelet - to measure your child loosely place a piece of string around their ankle and measure, that will give you the size you require.
Colours may vary - Please specify gender of baby.
ABOUT AMBER JEWELLERY AND SILICONE TEETHING JEWELLERY
Our amber products are sourced from the Baltic regions and they are to be worn for aesthetic purposes only.
They are not for chewing or playing with. They are not a toy. They are fashion jewellery.
Our jewellery designs are unique to Love Amber X and are handmade to the highest quality.
Care has been taken to ensure that in the unlikely event that one of our products break, the amber beads will not scatter and become a choking hazard for children.
We do not make any claims that the wearing of our natural Baltic amber products will guarantee any results
It is advised to wear them only if over 36 months and under adult supervision as they have small parts.
If you require chewable teething toy products, check out our Silicone Teethers that are completely safe for your teething baby.
Disclaimer: The crystal healing information is provided as guidance only. It is not intended for and neither should it be taken as professional medical advice nor a substitute for any professional medical service. Love Amber x Ltd shall not be liable for any direct or indirect, consequential, incidental, punitive, special or otherwise damages arising out of access or use of this site and its products. The material provided is for information and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical treatment or diagnosis. We assume no responsibility for treatment or cure of any illness or disease.
What is amber?
Baltic amber is fossil resin produced by pine trees which grew in Northern Europe about 50 million years ago. The resin was washed out of the forest floor by large rivers and transported south towards the sea. Over time the resin was transformed to amber due to processes of polymerisation and oxidation.
Where is amber found?
Found since Neolithic times, amber is considered one of the biggest treasures of nature. You need evidence? Just explore the unique and extraordinary beauty of every single piece of amber. It preserves a tiny bit of nature as it is nature who is the creator of it and not man. Lithuanian seasides are famous for the amber found on the shores of the Baltic Sea. What is more, Lithuania even has its own Amber Museum in Palanga, one of the biggest Lithuanian seasides. Many souvenirs made from amber are sold in Lithuania and by some people, amber is even considered to be the gold of nature.
Europeans have used amber for centuries and believed it had magical powers. All our amber is sourced by us and then handmade for us by our team of ladies in Lithuania into the beautiful jewellery you see in our store.
If you have an allergy to trees or tree resin please do not use amber as it may cause an allergic reaction.
I don't know which one to start with?
The plain polished Baltic amber is a good starting place. Brandy Snap, Honeypot, Goldirocks, Rainbow Bright, Evergreen, Earthy, Pippin or Ambrosia are all our plain polished amber designs. If you wanted to add a bit of colour, Honeysuckle or Apollo are great too.
How do I choose a crystal or gemstone?
You do not need to know the exact properties of every stone in order to buy one, although this may help. It is more important to be receptive and allow yourself to be drawn to a stone that will have meaning for you. Browse through the pictures of the various crystals and note which section most appeals to you. Spend some time browsing through that section. You may find yourself excited by the picture of a particular crystal, with a powerful urge to touch and feel it and a sense of frustration that you cannot. If you feel that you very much want that crystal to be a part of your life, it is likely that on some level it has something to offer you. For example, you may feel drawn to a rose quartz crystal because you need something in your life that can help you develop a love of yourself. If nothing strongly appeals to you, accept that the time is not right and come back on another day when perhaps a crystal will plead with you to take it home with you.
How do I recharge and clean my items?
Clean with warm water and a soft cloth and rub with olive oil. Avoid detergents and cleansers as they leave a residue on the amber. To prolong its life, please remove when swimming or bathing as this will weaken the thread. Charge (clean) following an illness or if it gets dirty. Full care guide enclosed.
I don't know which one I need? What colour is best?
Go with what you are drawn to. Amber comes in many colours from dark (cherry) to light (lemon). The lighter colours are more popular. Dark colours such as brandy snap, blackforest and evergreen are common for boys. Amber comes in polished and raw form. Raw amber can irritate pre-existing eczema conditions. If you or your child has eczema, please use polished amber instead.
What does each of the stones do?
We are unable to list the healing properties due to advertising regulations.
Please see our blog for more information on this.
You can type each stone into google as there are many great sources of information about them and their physical properties on there.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. They are not intended to replace professional medical advice.
Always seek medical or mental health advice for any ailments you may have.