From this world famous Jurassic coastline of Dorset comes this fine Brittlestar. The Brittlestar has been carefully prepared from the surrounding matrix using air abrasive techniques to reveal the delicate and intricate legs. The specimen is on a squared piece of matrix and would make a great addition to any collection.
This beautiful calcified Parkinsonia is matrix free and is approximately 167 million years old. The specimen was discovered in 2007 from a fallen block. There are worm tubes preserved in the inner whorls which is an interesting feature. A very good quality display ammonite from England's Jurassic Coast.
An excellent example that has an immaculate centre and has been preserved in solid calcite. This rare Lower Lias ammonite was discovered in 2008 and has been fully prepared. A lovely addition for the collector.