A very good and large section of fish jaw that has been exposed from a hard phosphatic nodule. Many teeth have been preserved from this large predatory fish that lived in the warm seas around London approximately 50 million years ago. A great drawer specimen.
From a hard phosphatic nodule this partial fish jaw has been revealed. There are many teeth that have been preserved from this large predatory fish that lived some 50 million years ago in the warm seas around the London area. A great study/drawer specimen.
A lovely example which lies on an aesthetic piece of matrix. The ammonite itself has been preserved in pale yellow calcite. This specimen has pronounced spines around the outer whorl. The matrix has a cut base for ease of dispaly and is approximately 200 million years old.
High quality Stephanoceras from the United Kingdom are very rare. This superb specimen has been preserved in calcite and has a very good centre. This type of highly ribbed ammonite with tubercules make astonishing decorative pieces for the collector or interior designers. Many hours of preparation work have gone into this truly superb ammonite. A level base has been cut into the matrix for display options. This classic ammonite is also a zonal ammonite and is approximately 170 million years old.