A lovely piece which displays an uncommon type of Parkinsonia and also a Bivalve (Plagiostoma cf subcardiforme), which was first described by (GREPPIN). Both specimens have been preserved in solid calcite and have wonderful detail throughout. Discovered after a cliff fall in 2006 and has been fully prepared. Approximately 167 million years old.
This beautifully preserveed oolithic ammonite has been fully prepared both sides and retains its negative cast which is a lovely feature. The ammonite has an immaculate centre both sides and was discovered in 1989. This type of ammonite is the microconch to the Bredyia crassonata. Approximately 176 million years old. One for the collector of rare oolithic ammonites.
This classic lower lias ammonite has been preserved in various shades of brown calcite and lies next to a piece of fossilised wood from the ancient "Monkey Puzzle" tree. Ammonites and wood are always a lovely combination if prepared in a sympathetic way. Approximately 200 million years old.