From a very unusual location comes this multi ammonite specimen. The two ammonites lie in the middle of an aesthetically shaped piece of hardened shale. Ideal for the drawers or as a display piece around the house or office.
Found in a gravel pit near Peterborough back in the 70's comes this wonderful and very unusual coloured molar from a wooley mammouth.This specimen is of the highest quality and would make a fabulous addition to any collection or indeed as an aesthetic piece of interior design. A real conversational piece!!
This is simply a stunning and highly aesthetic Lyme Regis display specimen. The nautilus was found in the middle of a large Stellare nodule and has been carefully prepared and polished to a very high standard. Even the surrounding matrix is interesting as the Septarian calcite lines only add interest to the specimen. The specimen is approximately 200 million years old and would make a wonderful display item for the interior or office space.
This specimen was collected in the 1980's and is quite superb due to the high ribbing and three dimensional preservation of the crinoid stems. Specimens of this quality are seldom found thesedays. A real collectors item. Approximately 200 million years old.