These highly ribbed Oolithic ammonites make stunning display fossils especially when prepared creatively such as this fine example. The matrix base is level for display purposes. The ammonite itself has been preserved in solid calcite. This particular classic locality is no longer accessible to the collector as this specimen was collected in 1996. This unique ammonite would be a great aquisition for either the collector or an interior designer and is approximately 167 million years old.
A very high quality example which has been preserved in solid calcite. This rare Oolithic ammonite was discovered in 2006 after a small rock fall and has been fully prepared. An important specimen for the collector which is approximately 178 million years old.
This wonderfully preserved Oolithic Sonninia has an immaculate centre with its nodes intact. Fossils Direct are constantly striving to bring our customers old and new, the finest prepared and preserved fossils from around the UK. Any ammonites from this locality are rarely seen on the open market for sale, this superb specimen was collected in 1991. The matrix has a cut base for display purposes. All these classic Oolithic sites around Dorset are highly restricted areas nowadays so any material is highly prized by collectors worldwide.