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Brand was found in 2022 in Gdansk (Poland) – World Capitol Of Amber. AHMESHI is an independent manufacture of Baltic amber goods. It has its own research and development department and creates in its own workshop.


Guiding principle in AHMESHI is to respect Baltic amber by preserving its natural properties. Each of the products is tested and certified by International Amber Association Laboratory.


Why amber?

“Amber is linked to such a wealth of fascinatig scientific questions that it could engage the interest of the physicist, a chemist, a geologist, a geographer, a botanist, a zoologist, and an archaeologist or cultural historian.” Marian Raciborski 1881


Why Baltic amber?

By Professor Barbara Kosmowska Ceranowicz – succinite, also known as Baltic amber, or just amber, is the best known among fossil resins, it has the longest tradition behind it and the most profuse literature which dates back in antiquity.


One of the succinite’s most important diagnostic features is the content of succinic acid . It is content of 3-8% is an indication od succinite, in other words a fossil resin which, outside of its

secondary deposits embedded in the Palaegene Gdansk Delta is also found in the deposits of Ukraine and Germany.

Amber hardness on the Mohs scale is 2.0-2.5. It is a qualitative experimental value which describes a mineral’s ability to scratch (for ex. 2-gypsum, 8-topaz, 10-diamond).


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The fact that succinite takes on many varieties is its specific property. The remaining parametres which characterise succinite include:

  • melting point: 287-300oC
  • softening point: 150-180oC
  • refractive index: 1.539-1.542
  • solubility in organic solvents: poor
  • response to heating: pure resin scent
  • response to flame: burns with smoking yellow flame
  • in UV light: blue
  • electrifies negatively
  • presence of inclusions: gas and organic matter (fauna and flora), succinellite microcrystals
  • elemental compositions: C 61-81%, H 8.5-11%, O – complement to 100%, S 0.5%.

Why is some amber yellow and other red? Why is some transparent or only translucent and other as white as a chalk and completely opaque? Such a variety of colours that is displayed by Baltic amber cannot be found among other fossil resins which are also referred to as amber. Nature has endowed Baltic amber with diverse colours, shades and various degrees of transparency – is in abudance of features rarely seen in other ornamental stones. They have been used to differentiate between amber varieties.


Check this to know more: Classification of Amber Gemstones