Head of the Crucified Christ carved in amber

November 14, 2016 /  

A real work of art, characterized by timeless beauty and character.

The beauty and warmth of amber has been appreciated for centuries. Its unique forms and warm color inspire to create not only jewelry, but also incredible sculptures, framed in golden frames like the one referred to in this article. 

The amber version of "Crucified Christ" was made by a family company with a 13-year tradition at the request of Marian Kellar. The company Art Amber Kuś, which is owned by Przemysław Kuś with his father Wiesław - carving takes much longer. They attach great importance to details and quality. 

When did their adventure with carving in amber start? Is this a difficult job? Is every piece of amber suitable for creating these amazing works of art? How much material do they lose during carving? 

The answers to these and other questions can be found in interview by Anna Sado for the amber.com.pl portal

Visiting the exhibition Amber Museum

Adults and children with guardians can visit the Museum without prior reservation during the museum's opening hours. 

Admission is free.
It is possible to visit the Museum with a guide. Individuals and organized groups wishing to visit the Museum with a guide are kindly requested to make reservations in advance.

Fees for guided tours:

  • Groups up to 5 people - PLN 30
  • Groups of 5 to 10 people - PLN 50
  • Groups from 10 to 15 people - PLN 70
The maximum number of people in a group is 15. 
The time for visiting the Museum with a guide is about 40 minutes.
Telephone: +48 513 511 512

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