What is Tasbis

They usually consist of 99 beads to assist in the glorification of God following prayers: 33 Tasbeeh (subhāna-llāh ), 33 Tahmeed (ʾal-ḥamdu li-llāh), and 33 Takbeer (ʾAllāhu ʾakbar). Some suggest the 99 beads also refer to the 99 names of Allah.

Buy amber tasbis It is thought that in the early Muslim era, people used loose pebbles or counted on their finger. Beads were introduced much later.

Other names used Prayer beads ( Muslim tasbi,tasbhi, tasbeeh), Rosary, Prayer rope, Kombolói, Mala , Japamala.

The biggest challange with with Amber Tasbih is finding great material to create this nice pieces. Also needs great experience to create it because Amber Tasbeeh beads is handmade products.


Loose beads
Seperators (Zameen)
Head Bead (Imam)

These have to complement each other. You can choose any colour scheme. We deal with Amber only and so are restricted to the natural colours of Amber.


1. BAKELITE (Not Amber but Amber look alike)

Bakelite beads or necklaces are probably my favourite form of early plastic jewelry.  They can be worn anytime, anywhere, with anything, by all ages.  There are colours to match every outfit and mood and they come in all sizes, shapes and lengths.  They became very popular in the 1930s for beach or town wear as they were such fun and easy to wear.

Store your jewellery away from light and sources of heat.  Bakelite may darken or yellow if exposed to light all the time.

Dull pieces which have lost their finish can be brought back to a lovely shine with simichrome polish.


Modified amber (Usually Baltic Amber) can be in a variety of colours. They are cheaper than Real Amber but can also be expensive depending on the rarity.

“Modified Baltic amber (Succinite) – gemstone subjected only to thermal or high-pressure treatment, which changed its physical properties, including the degree of transparency and color, or shaped under similar conditions out of one nugget, previously cut to the required size.”


Pressed Amber. When small remnants of Amber are fused together using high pressure or major heat source, the result is called “pressed” Amber. While pressed Amber is cheap and relatively available, It will not perform the same way original, natural Amber does.


Amber is fossilized tree resin that has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since Neolithic times.[1] Much valued from antiquity to the present as a gemstone, amber is made into a variety of decorative objects.[2] Amber is used in jewelry. It has also been used as a healing agent in folk medicine.
There are five classes of amber, defined on the basis of their chemical constituents. Because it originates as a soft, sticky tree resin, amber sometimes contains animal and plant material as inclusions.[3] Amber occurring in coal seams is also called resinite.