Amber is a sunny stone. Perhaps, it is under such a “code name” that this gem has been known for many long and long years. Years and decades pass, fashion changes, and yellow beads of warm stone like the sun’s rays still adorn the most sophisticated fashionistas. Amber items probably lay in your grandmother’s treasured casket … Well, it’s time to arrange an audit and complement your image with cozy and some very natural amber jewelry.
The origin of the sun stone
There are almost more legends and myths about the origin of amber than historical evidence. But they all agree on one thing: this stone is considered the first gem on earth. Women adorned themselves with them in very ancient times.
Amber myths of ancient Greece
Perhaps the wise Greeks were the first to guess the true nature of amber. They still have a legend that Phaeton, the son of the sun god Phoebus, asked his father for permission to ride through the sky. It was dangerous, and Phoeb did not agree for a long time. The horses, who were harnessed to the sun chariot, were very hot and obeyed Phoebe alone. Continue reading