This beautifully preserved zonal ammonite lies on a generous piece of matrix which has a cut base for ease of display. These classic Liassic ammonites from this locality are becoming increasingly difficult to obtain thesedays. A lovely display piece for either the home or office space and approximately 200 million years old.
A lovely example which displays two solid calcite ammonites and alongside a shard of wood belongs to the Monkey Puzzle Tree family which some 200 million years ago was a dominant flora. The base has been levelled for upright display.
A wonderful slice of original Mar5ston Marble which has been ground gem smooth and a high polish applied to both sides to reveal immaculate fine detail and super colouration. Billions of these ammonites (Promicroceras marstonense) were killed off in a single catastrophic event either by volcanic activity or a poisonous algal bloom. This fossil, from an iconic Liassic locality is exceptionally scarse and is approximately 200 million years old.