Quality of amber teething necklaces
The mentioned technology is characterized by great attention on each individual detail and ecological “hand made” production techniques.
Raw material: we select the proper raw material (Baltic amber) – we are responsible for its quality personality. 100% natural Baltic amber.
Cutting: each piece is cut manually (not by machine) and then polished. Ideal cutting occurs, when a bead is completely round.
Completely rounded beads: a unique feature of high-quality children’s amber teething necklace. The production of round beads requires more skills, more amber, but these beads look nicer, much more pleasant lying on the neck, are more durable and massage more gently.
Fact: "Baroque" necklaces are considered to be inferior, since their beads are only rounded, requiring less processing.
Fact: machine made necklaces with round beads are the most expensive, and if they are very cheap: check whether they are really from amber.
Polishing: amber pieces are polished, i.e., processed in a natural way with natural materials (natural wood polishing tools). Chemical substances are not used – after all baby wears it, or by accident can put beads into the mouth.
Holes in beads: drilled manually (not by machine). Straight holes, drilled in the centre, are the characteristic of perfect master. Thus prepared necklace is more durable and stable. If the holes are crooked, a bead loses a balance and there is a higher possibility to break.
Nodes: teething necklaces are string by nodes along each bead. Thus, in case of tightening a necklace, beads do not spill out, children cannot swallow them, and necklaces are easily reparable. Quality string necklace - where there is no gap between the nodes and beads (beads are neatly nestled).
Catch: a simple and comfortable. A quality plastic buckle of amber appearance twists securely. The material of buckle does not react with air and is resistant to heat. For our products we use the buckles only of the most reliable manufacturers.
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