A lovely example of this sought after Liassic ammonite. The ammonite iteself has been preserved in solid calcite and has a very good centre. A nice calcite crystal has grown in one of the open chambers below which is an aesthetic feature. The matrix has a cut and level base for ease of display and is approximately 202 million years old.
This ammonite was discovered when they constructed the A35 bypass at Loders Cross some 33 years ago. After careful preparation, this beautifully calcified ammonite has been revealed. Any specimens from this iconic Oolithic locality are now considered rare. Approximately 169 million years old.
A really beautiful display fossil which has taken many hours to prepare. This heavily ribbed ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite and would make a lovely addition to any collection. The matrix has a cut and flat base for upright display and is approximately 167 million years old.
This Asteroceras has stunning colouration throughout and is accompanied by three Promicroceras planicosta's. These ammonites lie in a substantial and aesthetic piece of matrix which has a flat, cut base for upright display. These classic ammonite combinations are becoming hard to obtain thesedays. This fine fossil was discovered in the winter of 2003. A unique and decorative item for the interior designer as well as the discerning collector and is approximately 200 million years old.