Again, another beautifully preserved split nodule which is packed internally with solid calcite ammonites all with immaculate centres. One half of the nodule has been left untouched for an aesthetic contrast and the white original shell remains intact whilst the other side has been prepared. A really super piece of iconic Marston marble which is approximately 200 million years old. The top and base of the nodule has been ground gem smooth and reveals cross sections of lovely preserved ammonites.
A lovely split small nodule which is packed inside with small ammonites. There is also an Asteroceras Blackei with very nice sutures and an immaculate centre. One ammonite cast has been left with its original white shell on it which really gives the piece a good contrast and extra dimension. These split nodules from this iconic locality are very rare indeed. The top and base of the nodule has been ground gem smooth. Approximately 200 million years old.