This very nice multi fossil displays other than the ammonite, a Bivalve (Neocrassina modiolaris) and three Belemnite Rostrums (Passaloteuthis paxillosus. These multi sea bed scenes are a moment captured in time from 167,000 years ago. The matrix has a cut base for ease of display either in the home or indeed office space. This particular locality is no longer accessible to the collector.
Another beautifully preserved Brittle Star which is approximately 190 million years old. These middle lias Brittlestars are rare from Dorset's Jurassic coast. This very fine specimen was discovered after a small cliff fall in 2005. The specimen lies on a really aesthetic piece of triangular matrix which also has a cut base for ease of display. Also attached to the base is an anti slip and scratch pad for peace of mind when displaying on glass shelving or furniture. One for the discerning collector.