The Amber Way Jewelry Company was started in 1996 by Gina and Dennis Giadrosich. We are one of the largest and oldest amber jewelry companies in the southwest United States. We offer a large and diverse assortment of "natural" amber jewelry that will add the special touch you desire.
Our jewelry is crafted in Poland, Russia and Lithuania and is of the highest quality and workmanship. All our jewelry is hand selected by us as we visit the manufacturers and local artisans to make personal selections. Our jewelry selection offers a wide variety of rings, pendants, necklaces, brooches, bracelets and other items of personal adornment.
Baltic Amber is the fossilized remains of prehistoric pine trees that died in the Baltic Sea Basin tens of millions of years ago. Amber is an organic substance and is believed to be one of the oldest materials used by man in the manufacture of jewelry. Unlike stones and minerals amber is always warm to the touch and emanates a deep and natural glow.
All of our jewelry is set in .925 sterling silver. Our amber is all natural Baltic amber and is not "pressed", "reconstituted" or "restabilized". We believe we have a unique selection of fine natural Baltic amber jewelry. Many of our pices are "one of a kind" that were designed and crafted by local Eastern European artisans. If you are looking for a specific piece that you do not see on our website contact us by email with a description and we will try and obtain it for you.
Range of Prices
Most of our pieces cost around $75, but our amber jewelry is designed to meet a variety of budgets. We have items as low as $14 and as high as $1,000.
Show off your impeccable sense of fashion with our amber rings. With more than 3,500 varieties in stock at any time, rings are by far our most popular item.
Though you can easily find our jewelry online, we often appear at a variety of events. Keep an eye out for our next trade show, jewelry show, or conference appearance.
Beautiful, haunting, and eye-catching, our fossilized amber includes small insects, leaves, animal hair, seeds, pollen, twigs, or water vapor from 30-million to 100-million years ago. Amber comes from petrified pine tree sap, which would often trap bugs and other passing items. Our jewelry showcases these petrified moments, creating a unique piece that is sure to be a conversation starter.