Beauty of Orange Tones


  Orange amber is quite rare and can range in color from mango to dark and deep orange color , depending on various factors such as oxidation, exposure to sunlight. Over time, as amber interacts with oxygen, its color gradually changes. After decades milky amber will turn into light antique and later again into golden antique.

  The process of color change in amber is slow and gradual. It can take several decades, typically around 50-70 years, before a noticeable change in color tone occurs. The older the amber, the more valuable it becomes as it is considered "mature" and has undergone significant natural processes like oxidation.

  Amber is highly valued for its natural beauty and is often used in jewelry and ornamental items. The rarity of naturally occurring orange amber adds to its desirability and makes it a sought-after gemstone for collectors and enthusiasts.

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