This partial ancient tree trunk will make a unique conversation piece in any home or indeed office space when on display. One side has been ground gem smooth and a semi buff applied to really bring out the inner tree trunk's detail. the scientific name for this conifer is (Protocupressinoxylon purbeckensis). The detail where the bark used to be is magnificent, there is even a knot preserved in great detail. Approximately 125 million years old.
A lovely section of this Cretaceous conifer tree. The specimen has been left natural one end and the other has been ground gem smooth and a semi buff applied to pick out wonderful internal detail. The name of this ancient tree was (Protocupressinoxylon purbekensis). This fossil would make a great display piece and is approximately 125 million years old.
These three fused vertebrae have been preserved in wonderful detail throughout, all the rib attachments are very clearly defined. Any bone material from this iconic liassic locality is becoming very scarse to collect. This piece has been fully prepared. Approximately 200 million years old.