See the present through the past. Both the light-bending and preserving properties of amber symbolise for me the tool with which nature fights a transient world, evolution. The light-bending property of 20 million year old amber provide an [...]Continue Reading →
I managed to get my hands on a huge amount of Amber, these stones are extremely rare, especially in these large volumes. Most of them have inclusions of some sort, plenty of termites, but most importantly a lot of bees!
The amber was raw amber, which looks like pretty much any stone you’d find on [...]Continue Reading →
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