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  1. 48.2 gram Chiapas (green) Amber

    48.2 gram Chiapas (green) Amber

    $215.00

    This nicely polished specimen is very clear. It displays that slight hint of green one looks for, while its predominant lemondrop coloration is very aesthetic.

    Measurements: ~ 2-1/4" x 2 x -1/4" Weight: 48.2 gram Location: Chiapas, Mexico Time Period: Oligocene / Miocene ~ 22-28 myo

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  2. 58.2 gram Chiapas Amber

    58.2 gram Chiapas Amber

    $275.00

    This lemondrop colored specimen has a very nice shape and is polished flat on one edge, allowing it to be freestanding for easy display. It has the classic "burt" internal coloration, in its middle, which offers very nice contrast.

    Measurements: ~ 2-1/2" x 2-1/4 x 1" Weight: 58.2 gram Location: Chiapas, Mexico Time Period: Oligocene / Miocene ~ 22-28 myo

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  3. 61 Gram, Chiapas Amber

    61 Gram, Chiapas Amber

    $325.00

    This is an exceptional Amber specimen from Chiapas It displays the classic "lemon drop" amber coloration, found in the area. The shape is very unusual with a very nice polish.The inclusions make for a very aesthetic piece. Learn More
  4. Dominican Amber with Insects

    Dominican Amber with Insects

    $95.00

    Very clear Amber with gnat and fly inclusions.

    Measurements: ~ 1-1/2" Long x 1" Wide Weight: 2.5 gram Location: Dominican Republic Time Period: Oligocene / Miocene ~ 22-28 myo

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  5. Dominican Amber with Spider & Gnats

    Dominican Amber with Spider & Gnats

    $115.00

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    Nice clear Amber with insect inclusions that can be very easily viewed with modest magnification.

    Measurements: ~ 1" Long x 3/4" Wide Weight: 2.2 gram Location: Dominican Republic Time Period: Oligocene / Miocene ~ 22-28 myo

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  6. Green Amber "Chiapas Mexico"

    Green Amber "Chiapas Mexico"

    $450.00

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    This Green Amber specimen has been nicely polished on its face and completely around its edge. The back side has been left natural. That gives the specimen an amazing aesthetic pattern when viewed from its front. The slight green hue is very subtle and makes this Chiapas specimen even more unique. Learn More

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