A wonderful example exhibiting many natural irridescent colours including deep reds, greens, orange, yellow and the odd fleck of blue. The ammonite itself has an immaculate centre. This specimen was collected in 1974, there are heavy restrictions on collecting on this coastline. The matrix and ammonite have been fully prepared and a level base for upright display. Becoming very rare to obtain thesedays. Approximately 208 million years old.
This beautifully preserved solid calcite ammonite glows birght yellow with a light source behind it. The matrix around the ammonite has been semi sculptured for a nice aesthetic effect and has a flat base for upright display. Unique pieces such as this are highly desirable by interior designers looking for that extra special something which is a complete one off. Approximately 200 million years old.
A beautiful display ammonite which has been preserved in various shades of brown calcite. This classic ammonite was discovered in 2003 where the famous Mary Anning used to collect some 200 years ago. The matrix has a cut base for upright display purposes. This type of ammonite is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain thesedays from this iconic locality. Approximately 200 million years old. A unique item.
A classic Lower Lias ammonite preserved in yellow and brown calcite. The ammonite lies on a chunky and highly aesthetic piece of matrix which has a level base for upright display. There is also a Promicroceras planicosta preserved on the reverse side. This fossil will make a lovely addition for either a collector or interior designer. Approximately 200 million years old.