This is an amazingly detailed, 44 million year old fossil Bristletail (family Machilidae) preserved in Baltic Amber. The Machilidae are a family of insects belonging to the order Archaeognatha (the bristletails). There are around 250 described species worldwide. These insects are wingless, elongated and more or less cylindrical with a distinctive humped thorax and covered with tiny, close-fitting scales.
As a reminder, most inclusions in baltic amber are extremely small so magnification will be needed to make out much detail. Included with your order is a physical photo of the specimen, and we will also email you a high resolution digital copy.
Please note, the market is flooded with fake amber, often plastic with insects embedded in them. In fact the majority of amber I see sold on the Internet is not real. If you see something that looks too good to be true, often it is. Only buy amber from reputable dealers.