The Polish Baltic amber is a source of inspiration for many designers and artists. It is a soft material, when compared to the hardness of other precious stones and occurs in relatively large sizes. Its properties make it possible to create daring forms, which go far beyond technological and economic constraints that are typical for diamonds and other gems. The wealth of color variations, the unique character of each stone’s pattern and the symbolic and cultural features make amber especially well predisposed for using it in contemporary jewelry.
In recent years a modern and structurally diverse jewelry industry developed in Poland – from large, innovative organizations, employing very well-educated designers, who make use of the latest solutions and cutting edge industrial technology, to small workshops that combine the craft’s tradition with past techniques and handwork of qualified craftsmen. Poland is also the third-largest producer of silver products in Europe and is constantly increasing its market share.
The two words, “Polish amber”, inform the clients that they are purchasing a product, which was crafted with exceptional care, at a center of century-old traditions.
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