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Friday, 23 October 2015 10:16

Souvenirs from Amber Museum

Written by  Anna Sado
Braceled by Jacek Baron Braceled by Jacek Baron Photo by: Amber Museum in Krakow

Amber jewelry by Dorota Cenecka, Tomasz Kargul or Jacek Baron, along with amber sculptures by Jacek Sumeradzki and Mariusz Drapikowski, as well as objects created by Herald and Eryk Popkiewicz – these are just some of the exhibits from the Amber Museum in Cracow and products offered in Boruni gallery, which recently you can "buy" on specially prepared postcards.

"In recent years amber products have become quite the souvenir and all the visitors to our museum in Cracow stand even for a ring or earrings with a small amber stone. We would like, however, for memories of a visit to the museum to survive as long as possible, hence the idea of cards" - explained Anna Napora, manager of the Amber Museum in Krakow.

Immortalize selected jewelry and exhibits that every day can be seen in the museum: amber jewelry by Dorota Cenecka, Tomasz Kargul, Jacek Baron, Maryna Lewicka-Wala and Eugeniusz Salwierz, facilities by Tomasz Stajszczak and Herald and Eryk Popkiewicz, as well as natural amber stones. Cards are to promote not only the museum, but also contemporary Polish art of amber. The cost of such souvenirs is 4zł / 1euro.

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Anna Sado

Anna Sado

Trade journalist specialising in jewellery related topics. Since 2007 has been co-creator of the amber portal

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