A beautifully preserved example of this classic lower lias ammonite. The pale yellow ammonite really stands out against the grey matrix background. Approximately 200 million years old. The rock has a cut base for upright display. A unique fossil.
This Oolithic ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite and fully prepared on a small piece of rock. An unusual type for its species, this fossil would make a good addition for the collector. Approximately 175 million years old. Skye ammonites are becoming extremely difficult to obtain. This specimen was discovered in 1980.
The colours in this ground and polished ammonite are realy beautiful which include greens yellows and hints of gold shiny pyrite. The matrix has a cut base for upright display. Appropximately 190 million years old.
A thin slice has been taken through the nodule, ground gem smooth and finally a high polish applied to reveal wonderful colours and detail. Approximately 190 million years old. This item would make a lovely drawer specimen.