This beautiful display fossil exhibits two solid calcite ammonites(26mm)either side of a flattened piece of wood which belonged to the Monkey Puzzle tree family. The matrix has a cut and level base for upright display and would make a lovely and unique piece for the collector. Approximately 200 million years old.
A matrix free, large Becheiceras ammonite, found at St Gabriels Mouth, Near Golden Cap. This specimen was found in the Red Band which gives this ammonite a characteristic "reddish" colour as to the normal green colour which is normally associated with the green ammonite beds. The specimen has been beautifully prepared and also has the "Cat's Paws" preserved in the aperture. A classic specimen from Lyme Regis.
This superb example has its mouth border and has been preserved in calcite. The ammonite has been fully prepared and lies on an aesthetic piece of Oolithic matrix. The centre is immaculate, a rare and sought after ammonite for the collector. Approximately 170 million years old.
A lovely piece of original marble which only has one side ground gem smooth and a high polish applied. The detail and colours are fantastic within the cross-sections of ammonites (Promicroceras planicosta). Billions of these small ammonites perished in a single event some 200 million years ago. A very nice drawer specimen.