Baby and Toddler Amber Bracelet / Anklet

Genuine Baltic Amber Bracelet or Anklet, fits up to 2 years old. Available in 2 beautiful colours of  Cognac gold and mixed natural colours.

The amber bracelet can be worn from 3 months of age or as soon as a parent is comfortable with their child wearing jewellery. Each bracelet is on average 14cm so should fit most toddlers up to 2 years of age.

We have two colour options for you to choose from. Mixed is the multi colour and Cognac is the single colour, dark honey look which is very popular.

If you love the idea of amber but prefer a necklace to a bracelet or anklet, we have these too.


  • Fits a toddler to 2 years old
  • The bracelet/anklet is approximately 14 cm long.
  • Does not stretch and each bead is threaded on jewellery cord.
  • Genuine Baltic Amber
  • Screw clasp with no magnet component.
  • Beads are individually knotted so will remain in one piece if accidentally broken.
  • Discard if broken.
  • Worn by children all over Australia.


Always supervise their infant child when wearing the bracelet. Remove the bracelet when their child is asleep or unattended. Not recommended for teething and not allow their child to chew the bracelet. Any infant wearing jewellery poses as potential risk of choking or injury. Always seek medical advice if there are any concerns about their child’s health and wellbeing.

Good to know:

There is no scientific evidence to suggest that a baby wearing an amber bead bracelet provides any health benefits. Some proponents of amber bracelet claim that they release succinic acid, a natural anti-inflammatory substance, which can soothe pain in babies. However, there is no research to support this claim. 

The most commonly used thread for baby amber bracelet is a strong nylon thread, which is also known as a fishing line or bead cord. This type of thread is made specifically for jewellery-making and is designed to withstand tension and abrasion.

What is Baltic Amber:

Baltic amber is a fossilized resin from the sap of ancient pine trees that grew in the Baltic region of Europe. It is estimated to be between 35 and 50 million years old and is found in countries such as Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Russia.

The resin is believed to have been produced by the trees as a defence mechanism against insects and disease, and it has preserved the remains of small organisms such as insects and plant matter, which can be seen as inclusions within the amber.

Baltic amber is highly valued for its beauty and is often used in jewellery making.