Amber Teething Necklaces…

In a departure from my usual photography related ramblings……    My 2 girls and several of my friends children have always worn amber teething necklaces, and apart from looking really pretty on girls and super cool on boys I actually believe they work to calm them during the tough times babes have when their teeth are coming through. The amber works when worn against the skin, rather than being chewed, as it’s a natural analgesic.  How cool is that, using fossilised tree resin as a drug free pain reliever – see, told you I’m a bit of a hippy!  

Anyway, I often get asked about them and have made quite a lot for friends and as presents.  And a few people in Abu Dhabi have enquired about me making them – if you’re interested, then shoot me an email and I’ll get one run up in the few spare (ha ha!!) moments I have. teethingnecklacesJust as a disclaimer of liability. All the beads are hand knotted so if the necklace breaks the beads remain intact.  They are meant to be worn by infants over 6 months old, and the longevity of the clasp (which is amber mounted) is dependent on how often you take the necklace off – not very often in the case of my girls!!!

Any questions, give me a shout, Kirsty x

I'm Kirsty Hello There!


Hi, I'm Kirsty, a lifestyle photographer and photography educator who lives in India. My approach to photography is to capture real life – with a little sparkle on top fueled by my obsession with pretty light. I want to treasure the moments that need to be remembered.

Grab a cup of tea and have a roam around my blog to see my photography style and ideas. (Check out the Details section up there on the menu bar, and the FAQ's for lots of info too). I post pictures on here from recent photo sessions, as well as some personal photo projects and some ramblings about life in general. Leave some love, check my page out over on Facebook to stay up to date, and come back again soon,

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