Amber bracelet anklet


Baltic Amber child bracelet/anklet

Our beautiful Baltic Baroque Amber children’s bracelets are available from sizes 12 – 15cm

Made using a screw clasp with knots in between each bead.

Each piece of amber is hand knotted so in the unlikely event of the bracelet breaking, only one piece of amber would come off.

Each bracelet is presented in a hessian bag with a certificate of authentication. Each bracelet is assigned a unique number as shown on your certificate.

Stones should not be chewed, they are for wearing only.

Young children should always be supervised carefully when wearing the bracelet/anklet and not ever left alone wearing the item, even momentarily.

Do not get the bracelet/anklet wet unnecessarily as it will weaken the thread

Do not let children pull excessively on the bracelet as this will weaken the thread and cause it to stretch

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Important Amber Safety Information

Before use please read the following important safety information and usage advice. 

  • Our amber is sold as jewellery and should not be used as a teething aid.
  • The brittle nature of the amber beads and the small parts could pose a potential choking hazard if used by children under 36 months, so supervision whilst being used is paramount
  • Avoid any jewellery from getting regularly wet – remove before swimming or bathing
  • DO NOT sleep wearing jewellery
  • DO NOT allow children to ‘chew’ or put the jewellery in their mouth
  • Amber is not a toy
  • Check the amber jewellery regularly to ensure the thread and beads are secure and strong, if there is any damage then please discontinue use and dispose of the item
  • Our amber products are supplied with a safety information leaflet – please read and retain for future use.

If you are unsure or have any questions please discontinue use and email


Additional information


12cm, 13cm, 14cm, 15cm

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