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- She was originally an amber, but N.R. Wynter changed her gem type to avoid the consequences of using a popular gemstone.
- Gedanite is a variety of amber, a type of ancient fossilized tree sap.
- It has a chemical composition of C10H16O + (H2S), a hardness of 2 - 2½, and an amorphous crystal system.
- Gedanite is believed to have formed from an extinct white pine species.
- Unlike most ambers, gedanites usually lacks inclusions of plants or animals.
- They are very brittle and have a lower melting point than most amber varieties.
- Gedanites were first described near the Baltic Sea in Poland.
- This amber variety is extremely rare.
- It is sometimes found with baltic amber.
- Ambers range in age from less than a million to more than 300 million years old.
- Besides age, polymerization must occur for fossilized tree resin to be considered an amber.
- The name Gedanite comes from the German word Gedanum, German for Danzig. This is the city in northern Poland where the amber was first found.
- Ambers in general are called the stones of universal manifestation. They're said to have a 'sunny' energy that eliminates negative energy and replaces it with positive outlooks. They cheer up those who wear them.
- Amber also represents balance, purification, protection, luck, success, vitality, calmness, patience, romantic love and sensuality.