Amber drops

Sold by BalticAmberMala
(2)
$8.51
+ $9.73 shipping
$8.51
+ $9.73 shipping
In stock
Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Lithuania

Features
Handmade
Made in Vilnius, Lithuania

Item details

The totality of amber drops of various shapes and colours. mostly golden-orange-yellow.
Shiny, simply beautiful.

We offer 4 types of amber drops:

- big&polished (ready for shipping)

- black polished (ready for shipping)

- small&polished&shiny (ready for shipping)

- small&unpolished (ready for shipping)



The package weight 100 gr.

Buddhist use them as offering or as addition to the ngyondro mandala offering practice. But you also can use them creatively as you wish :)

If you would like to order bigger amount, please let us know.



please visit our BALTIC AMBER MALA shop to find more: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BalticAmberMala?ref=hdr_shop_menu



Reviews
Average review
(2)
Second purchase from the shop and love the mala! Very prompt and patient and highly recommended!
May 25, 2017 by yunayeo
Love it ! Thanks you
Mar 22, 2016 by Eric Loh

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Shipping & policies
Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Lithuania
Estimated Shipping
Shipping to
Zip or postal code

We ship malas in 3-5 business days after receiving your full payment.

We use standart shipping sdervices of National Post of Lithuania (Lietuvos paštas).

If you would like to use the express post service - please let us know. We will suggest the post service company and the price.


Payments

If you prefer direct bank transfer - please let us know.


Returns & exchanges

The general rule is that we do not refund. But also we understand that sometimes our clients want to change their mala because of bead size or colour. if it is so, please let us know and we will find a solution.


Additional policies

The 3 most popular questions are:
1) is it real amber? Yes, it is.
2) are the photos of mala colour edited? No, No photoshop, only natural light and camera :)
3) why amber beads have "dust", "particles", "scratches" inside? Well, because it is natural parts of amber which is - in fact - 40 mln. years old pine resin found in blue clay in Baltic sea. Those particles are probably turf, sand, microscopic particles of plants.