A classic lower lias ammonite with a bite taken out of its living chamber, either by a Dapedium or Furo, two predatory fish around at this time. The ammonite lies in the centre of a generous piece of matrix. Approximately 200 million years old. The matrix has a flat base for display options.
A lovely example which has been preserved in solid brown calcite and has an immaculate centre. Also on the reverse side has been preserved a pale coloured Promicroceras Planicosta, two display options on one stone! The matrix has been cut flat for upright display. Approximately 200 million years old.
A beautfiully preserved example with an immaculate centre both sides. This rare Lower Lias ammonite has been prepared fully and displays lovely detail. It was discovered in 1990 from this classic site. Approximately 195 million years old.