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 Facts About Amber Rings?

Answer Although it's referred to as a semi-precious gem, amber isn't really a stone. It's actually sap that was turned into a fossil approximately 45 million years ago. Some pieces of amber contain preser... Read More »
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I found about 30 lbs of pine resin on the beach. It is clear amber color but not hard enough to be amber.?

Well, if it is hard enough to make into jewelry, then sell it to a jeweler, remind him that he can sell most anything to us American Tourists, really he can.Are you sure that it is Pine Resin and ... Read More »
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About Honey Amber Stones?

Deriving its name from Middle English "ambre," amber is a honey colored fossilized tree resin of ancient pine and now-extinct conifer trees. Used by ancient man for adornment, amber continues to dr... Read More »
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About Piston Rings?

The internal combustion gasoline engine operates on a four-stroke system: intake, compression, power and exhaust. These four processes occur inside the cylinders of the engine, where the air/fuel m... Read More »
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About Belly Rings?

Body piercing has been around for centuries. Navel piercings date back to the Aztec civilization. They were also popular among the Egyptians and Incas. Belly piercings denoted status in society for... Read More »
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