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Fossils

The fossils are like a 3D impression of the fauna and flora of the past.

The oldest known fossils belong to the genus (Dinckinsonia) and dated back to 558 million years. With the advance and improvement of technology we are increasingly able to find more and better specimens.

They are the testimony of our past, sometimes in absolute surprising and mysterious shapes.


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Petrified wood bowl

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Hand-polished petrified wood bowl crafted by local artisans. This unique bowl showcases petrified wood from the Araucaria species, dating back 220 million years to the Early Triassic period. Meticulously polished by hand, the bowl features stunning patterns and colors inherent to the petrified wood.

Sourced from the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar.

Petrified wood bowl

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Hand-polished petrified wood bowl crafted by local artisans. This unique bowl showcases petrified wood from the Araucaria species, dating back 220 million years to the Early Triassic period. Meticulously polished by hand, the bowl features stunning patterns and colors inherent to the petrified wood.

Sourced from the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar.

Polished Nautiloid

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Nautiloid Fossil: Cymatoceras sp. – a remarkable specimen hailing from the Cretaceous-era formations of Mahajanga Province, Madagascar, dating back approximately 130 million years. This fossilized treasure is a testament to the enduring beauty of nature's craftsmanship, showcasing the intricate layers of Calcite in stunning detail.

Cymatoceras sp., a member of the Nautilidae family, offers us a glimpse into the ancient oceans of our planet. These creatures, reminiscent of modern squids with their distinctive shells, first emerged during the Late Triassic period and continu

Trilobite fossil

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Crotalocephalus gibbus fossil Trilobite, a spectacular piece featuring a perfect dorsal view, still embedded in its original matrix. Skillfully prepared, this fossil is well preserved, 100% natural, and sandblasted with no restoration or added trilobite spines or paint.

Dating back to the Lower Devonian period, Landhar formation, Pragian stage (410 – 407 million years), this specimen was recovered from Aatchana, Errachidia Province, Morocco.

It is mounted on a black lacquered double wood base.

Nautilus fossil

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Cymatoceras sp.: This is a nautiloid belonging to the genus Cymatoceras, discovered in Ambatalafia, Mahajanga Province, Madagascar.

These nautiloids, much rarer than the commonly seen ammonites, belong to the extinct genus from the nautilitacean cephalopod family, Cymatoceratidae. They thrived from the Late Jurassic to Late Oligocene, approximately spanning from 155 to 23 million years ago. In this particular case, they date back to around +/- 90 million years ago. The shell of a Nautilus consists of two layers. The inner layer displays an iridescent shine, while the outer layer provides protection against external forces. Within the shell are septa, which partition the living area of the shell into compartments, aiding the animal in maintaining balance and position in the water column. Nautiloids like Cymatoceras are considered 'living fossils,' as similar species still exist in our oceans. 

Coelacanth Fossil Nodule

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Coelacanth Devonian Fossil Nodule

This well-preserved specimen is a Lower Triassic (247 million years old) Coelacanth fossil from the Karoo Formation of Madagascar.

It is encapsulated within a concretion that has been meticulously split into perfect halves. While various types of fossilized fish are discovered in these nodules, Coelacanths are among the rarer specimens in the fauna. The specimen exhibits incredible detail, showcasing fins, scales, and the distinctive bony head structure.

This exceptional piece is elegantly presented in a natural marble vertical display.

Copal Amber fossilized

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Madagascar Copal Amber with leaves and insects, mounted in a handmade dark brass base.

Amber is a substance derived from resins (Fossil Resin) of trees and plants that, buried for millions of years, underwent into a fossilization process.

These resins produced by plants acted as protection against the action of bacteria and against the attack of insects that punctured the bark until reaching the interior of the trees.

Over millions of years, amber-forming organic substances ended up forming a hardened, weather-resistant resin.

Polished orthoceras column

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Orthoceras column fossil, a captivating relic hailing from a time more than 400 million years ago. These prehistoric squid-like beings, preserved through eons within oceanic sediments, offer an unparalleled glimpse into the past. Elegantly aligned by primordial currents on the ocean floor prior to their entombment, these creatures maintain their relative positions, frozen in the embrace of time.

Skillfully revealed through meticulous exposure and a masterful polish, the fossils come to life against their matrix backdrop. The artful interplay of light and shadow accentuates the delicate features of these long-extinct cephalopods. With their tentacles and ink sacs, reminiscent of their modern-day squid counterparts, these creatures possessed a mystique that transcends eras. Notably, these cephalopods boasted external shells, characterized by hollow internal chambers partitioned by intricate walls known as septa, a fascinating trait shared by their kin.

Originating from the Devonian period approximately 410 million years in the past, this fossil bears witness to the eons that have passed, finding its origin amidst the rugged landscapes of the Anti-Atlas Mountains in Southern Morocco.

Copal Amber fossilized

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Madagascar Copal Amber with leaves and insects, mounted in a handmade dark brass base.

Amber is a substance derived from resins (Fossil Resin) of trees and plants that, buried for millions of years, underwent into a fossilization process.

These resins produced by plants acted as protection against the action of bacteria and against the attack of insects that punctured the bark until reaching the interior of the trees.

Over millions of years, amber-forming organic substances ended up forming a hardened, weather-resistant resin.

Copal Amber fossilized

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Madagascar Copal Amber with leaves and insects, mounted in a handmade dark brass base.

Amber is a substance derived from resins (Fossil Resin) of trees and plants that, buried for millions of years, underwent into a fossilization process.

These resins produced by plants acted as protection against the action of bacteria and against the attack of insects that punctured the bark until reaching the interior of the trees.

Over millions of years, amber-forming organic substances ended up forming a hardened, weather-resistant resin.

Polished orthoceras column

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Orthoceras column fossil, a captivating relic hailing from a time more than 400 million years ago. These prehistoric squid-like beings, preserved through eons within oceanic sediments, offer an unparalleled glimpse into the past. Elegantly aligned by primordial currents on the ocean floor prior to their entombment, these creatures maintain their relative positions, frozen in the embrace of time.

Skillfully revealed through meticulous exposure and a masterful polish, the fossils come to life against their matrix backdrop. The artful interplay of light and shadow accentuates the delicate features of these long-extinct cephalopods. With their tentacles and ink sacs, reminiscent of their modern-day squid counterparts, these creatures possessed a mystique that transcends eras. Notably, these cephalopods boasted external shells, characterized by hollow internal chambers partitioned by intricate walls known as septa, a fascinating trait shared by their kin.

Originating from the Devonian period approximately 410 million years in the past, this fossil bears witness to the eons that have passed, finding its origin amidst the rugged landscapes of the Anti-Atlas Mountains in Southern Morocco.

Huge Kranaosphinctes rabei

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Kranaosphinctes rabei ammonite fossil, a testament to the Jurassic period's ancient splendor. This remarkable specimen hails from the Andangovato region, dating back an astonishing 160 million years to the Middle Jurassic period. It was discovered in Sakaraha, Madagascar. 

Boasting both impressive size and impeccable quality, this specimen exhibits no repairs or alterations, making it a true collector's gem. Its sheer magnitude and pristine condition make it an ideal centerpiece for decor or a prized addition to the collection of even the most discerning enthusiasts.

The Kranaosphinctes rabei ammonite is not merely a fossil; it is a living testament to Earth's ancient past, a true masterpiece of natural history.

Cleoniceras besairiei

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Cleoniceras besairiei ammonite fossil. It hails from the Mesozoic era, specifically the Middle Cretaceous Albian period, dating back approximately 100 million years. What sets this specimen apart is not only its colossal size but also its stunning coloration and intricate suture lines. It is a complete, unaltered piece, making it an exceedingly rare find.

This treasure from the past was carefully excavated, meticulously cleaned, and expertly polished in Tulear, Madagascar, a region renowned for its remarkable paleontological discoveries.

Polished orthoceras column

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Orthoceras column fossil, a captivating relic hailing from a time more than 400 million years ago. These prehistoric squid-like beings, preserved through eons within oceanic sediments, offer an unparalleled glimpse into the past. Elegantly aligned by primordial currents on the ocean floor prior to their entombment, these creatures maintain their relative positions, frozen in the embrace of time.

Skillfully revealed through meticulous exposure and a masterful polish, the fossils come to life against their matrix backdrop. The artful interplay of light and shadow accentuates the delicate features of these long-extinct cephalopods. With their tentacles and ink sacs, reminiscent of their modern-day squid counterparts, these creatures possessed a mystique that transcends eras. Notably, these cephalopods boasted external shells, characterized by hollow internal chambers partitioned by intricate walls known as septa, a fascinating trait shared by their kin.

Originating from the Devonian period approximately 410 million years in the past, this fossil bears witness to the eons that have passed, finding its origin amidst the rugged landscapes of the Anti-Atlas Mountains in Southern Morocco.

Opalized Ammonites

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Handmade brass display with three Opalized Ammonites from Madagascar fields, Albian Period (100–140 million years old). When opalized can be also called as Ammolite is an opal-like organic gemstone found in various placed in the North America and Madagascar. Ammolite is made of the fossilized shells of ammonites, which in turn are composed primarily of aragonite. The microstructure of the mineral is inherited from the shell.

It is one of few biogenic gemstones. Other more commonly known biogenic gemstones include amber and pearl. Ammolite was officially recognised as gemstone species in 1981. Ammolite “opalization” is a term used to express the similarity between the two minerals due to the spectrum of colours it displays. Usually red and green, whilst, blue or purple are rare due to the latter's fragility.

A unique One of a Kind signature piece.

Acanthoceras ammonites block

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Acanthoceras ammonites from Madagascar, a beautiful block with two achantoceras from Cenomanian (100-94 million years old), with a great shape and colors, well cleaned and prepared.

This is an extinct species of cephalopod genus, an ammonite in the family of Acanthoceratidae.

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Fossil Crinoid - Scyphocrinites elegans slab

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A superb Scyphocrinites elegans in a rose marble base.

A One of a Kind piece, from Permian period (358 to 419 million years) of Erfoud - Morocco, an extinct genus of crinoid Camarocrinus.

Beautiful fossil slabs colors and pattern made an extraordinary decor piece. 

Cleoniceras besairiei

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Cleoniceras besairiei (Collignon, 1949), cut and polished pair. They are lovely specimens that show the individual chambers of the Ammonite in great detail with all interior cristalized. They are from the Lower Cretaceous – Albian period (100 – 115 million years) from Mitsinjo, near Majunga.

Think of the Ammonite spirals as a filter, drawing in these dense energies which are no longer needed, moving them through the spirals and releasing them as fresh, positive, loving life force energies. The Ammonite is a very powerful earth healing fossil.

Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies. It is often recommended to keep an Ammonite in your home to attract health, prosperity and success.

Crinoid Fossil

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Arthroacantha carpenteri - Crinoid Fossil from Devonian period (380-400 million years) of Silvânia formations Ohio - USA.

A superb specimen, in a handmade brass base. Very aesthetic piece, with very detailed parts.

Cleoniceras besairiei

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Cleoniceras besairiei (Collignon, 1949), cut and polished pair. They are lovely specimens that show the individual chambers of the Ammonite in great detail with all interior cristalized. They are from the Lower Cretaceous – Albian period (100 – 115 million years) from Mitsinjo, near Majunga.

Think of the Ammonite spirals as a filter, drawing in these dense energies which are no longer needed, moving them through the spirals and releasing them as fresh, positive, loving life force energies. The Ammonite is a very powerful earth healing fossil.

Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies. It is often recommended to keep an Ammonite in your home to attract health, prosperity and success.

Cleoniceras besairiei

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Cleoniceras besairiei (Collignon, 1949), cut and polished pair. They are lovely specimens that show the individual chambers of the Ammonite in great detail with all interior cristalized. They are from the Lower Cretaceous – Albian period (100 – 115 million years) from Mitsinjo, near Majunga.

Think of the Ammonite spirals as a filter, drawing in these dense energies which are no longer needed, moving them through the spirals and releasing them as fresh, positive, loving life force energies. The Ammonite is a very powerful earth healing fossil.

Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies. It is often recommended to keep an Ammonite in your home to attract health, prosperity and success.

Perisphinctes sp. Ammonite

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Perisphinctes sp. Ammonite from late Jurassic Period (160 million years), mounted in a exotic Tacula wood base. 

Beautiful natural composition, from Sakahara fields in Southwestern Madagascar. 

Polished orthoceras slab

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Polished Orthoceras slab fossil with over 400 million years.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried. The fossils are exposed and given a high polish to better view the creatures from their surrounding matrix.

The slab features very high relief as well as dramatic texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid. Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa. Devonian period, circa 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco - mounted in a black granite base. 

Pleuroceras solare

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Pleuroceras solare - Pyritised Lower Jurassic Ammonite from Germany, mounted in a black high gloss lacquered wood base.

A pyritised ammonite, which has been brass brushed to enhance the golden colour.

Hawskerense Subzone, Spinatum Zone, Middle Lias, Lower Jurassic, Butterheim, Germany Age:- 190 Million Years Old Ammonite. 

Megalodon teeth

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Carcharodon Megalodon (Megalodon meaning “Big Tooth”) is an extinct species of shark regarded as one of the largest and most powerful predators in vertebrate history.

This beast lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago, during the Cenozoic Era. Fossil remains suggest that this giant shark reached a length of 18 metres (59 ft), from USA.

Displayed in a glass box made to measure. 

Phacops sp. In matrix

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Phacops sp. from the Middle Devonian period ( 395 million years ) of  the Djebel Issoumour area, Atlas Mountains - Morocco.

Prepared and restored, excellent for beginner collectors or as decor piece, in a black lacquered wood pedestal.

Pleuroceras solare

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Pleuroceras solare - Pyritised Lower Jurassic Ammonite from Germany, mounted in a black lacquered wood base.

A pyritised ammonite, which has been brass brushed to enhance the golden colour.

Hawskerense Subzone, Spinatum Zone, Middle Lias, Lower Jurassic, Butterheim, Germany Age:- 190 Million Years Old Ammonite. 

Pleuroceras solare

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Pleuroceras solare - Pyritised Lower Jurassic Ammonite from Germany, mounted in a black lacquered wood base.

A pyritised ammonite, which has been brass brushed to enhance the golden colour.

Hawskerense Subzone, Spinatum Zone, Middle Lias, Lower Jurassic, Butterheim, Germany Age:- 190 Million Years Old Ammonite. 

Polished orthoceras slab

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Polished Orthoceras slab fossil with over 400 million years.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried. The fossils are exposed and given a high polish to better view the creatures from their surrounding matrix.

The slab features very high relief as well as dramatic texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid. Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa. Devonian period, circa 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco - mounted in a black granite base. 

Pleuroceras solare

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Pleuroceras solare - Pyritised Lower Jurassic Ammonite from Germany, mounted in an acrylic base.

A pyritised ammonite, which has been brass brushed to enhance the golden colour.

Hawskerense Subzone, Spinatum Zone, Middle Lias, Lower Jurassic, Butterheim, Germany Age:- 190 Million Years Old Ammonite. 

Pleuroceras solare

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Pleuroceras solare - Pyritised Lower Jurassic Ammonite from Germany, mounted in an iron base.

A pyritised ammonite, which has been brass brushed to enhance the golden colour.

Hawskerense Subzone, Spinatum Zone, Middle Lias, Lower Jurassic, Butterheim, Germany Age:- 190 Million Years Old Ammonite. 

Phacops sp. In matrix

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Phacops sp. from the Middle Devonian period ( 395 million years ) of  the Djebel Issoumour area, Atlas Mountains - Morocco.

Prepared and restored, excellent for beginner collectors or as decor piece, in an acrylic base.

Diplomystus dentatus slab

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Diplomystus Dentatus fish from the Paleogene, Eocene, 53.500,000 to 48.500,000 years.

An ancestor of the herring family, a very finely boned fish which is extremely difficult to prepare from the Lagerstätte varve layer of the Eocene limestones of the Green River formation 18-inch layer.

These predator fish came from the prehistoric fossil lakes. The lower Eocene deposits of Green River formation was thought to be a large freshwater lake. The calcite would be absorbed by the remains of the fish, transforming their bones into a hard mineralized deposit in the slightly softer and lighter colored limestone shales.

Mounted in a handmade brass frame that can be fixed in three different ways.

Red opalized ammonite

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Stunning ammonite with red opalization on the surface, in a white lacquered wood base.. Ammonites were predatory mollusks that resemble the squid we know today.

These cephalopods had eyes, tentacles, and spiral shells. Ammonites are closely related to a living octopus, though the shells resemble that of a nautilus.

Every stone is unique and one of a kind. These fossils come from the Mahajanga River Basin, near the village of Ambatolafia of northwest Madagascar, located in the former province of Mahajanga/Majunga. They are dated from the Early Cretaceous period, Albian age (100 to 113.0 million years ago).

Vasum Locklini

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Vasum Locklini - a Turbinellidae from the Caenozoic period (around 3 million years) from Florida - USA.

Always a beautiful intricate shell, mounted in a black lacquered wood base.

Olenus sp. Trilobite twin

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Olenus sp. ( Trilobite ) a twin specimen in matrix, in a black granite base, from Marroco.

Big size specimen from the Devonian period ( 400/350 million years ), for collectors but also a great decor piece. 

Polished orthoceras slab

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Polished Orthoceras slab fossil with over 400 million years.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried. The fossils are exposed and given a high polish to better view the creatures from their surrounding matrix.

The slab features very high relief as well as dramatic texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid. Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa. Devonian period, circa 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco - mounted in a black granite base. 

Phacops sp. In matrix

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Phacops sp. from the Middle Devonian period ( 395 million years ) of  the Djebel Issoumour area, Atlas Mountains - Morocco.

Prepared and restored, excellent for beginner collectors or as decor piece, in a black lacquered wood base.

Fossil sea urchin - Balanocidaris glandifera

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Balanocidaris glandifera - fossil sea urchin - Carapace with radiolas, in a acrilic base.

Excellent fossil of a sea urchin in life position. The hedgehog and spines have preserved the finest details and have been carefully arranged in a living position. The radiolas preserve the original colouring patterns. It is a fossil worthy of a museum.

Sea urchin with spines up to 11 cm, from Upper Jurassic, Kimmeridgian (152.1-157.3 million years) - France.

Fossil sea urchin - Pseudocidaris mammosa

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Fossil sea urchin - Pseudocidaris mammosa (AGASSIZ, 1840).

Excellent fossil of a sea urchin. The sea urchin and the spines finest details have been preserved and have been carefully arranged in position of life.

The radiolas preserve the original coloring patterns, worthy of a museum specimen!

Sea urchin with 10 cm spines, from Upper Jurassic, Kimmeridgian (152.1-157.3 million years) - France.

Displayed in a brass handmade stand. 

Jeletzkytes spedeni Ammonite

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A rare Jeletzkytes spedeni Ammonite, from the Cretaceous, Maastrichian, Fox Hill formation, from 66 -72 million years old.

Very difficult to get, this is a beautiful specimen, from the the usual locality, Pennington County, South Dakota, USA

Polished orthoceras slab

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Polished Orthoceras slab fossil with over 400 million years.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried. The fossils are exposed and given a high polish to better view the creatures from their surrounding matrix.

The slab features very high relief as well as dramatic texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid. Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa. Devonian period, circa 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco - mounted in a black granite base. 

Petrified wood trunk

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Araucaria trunk piece from the famous Ambilobe Petrified forest in Madagascar.

These are formations from the Triassic period with around 220 million years.

Mounted in an acrylic base is a beautiful historic piece!

Petrified wood trunk

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Araucaria trunk piece from the famous Ambilobe Petrified forest in Madagascar.

These are formations from the Triassic period with around 220 million years.

Mounted in an acrylic base is a beautiful historic piece!

Jimbacrinus Bostocki

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Jimbacrinus Bostocki (Crinoid Fossil - Ordovician 488 million years)

This is a rare piece, mass mortality plate of Jimbacrinus bostocki crinoid fossils from Western Australia with over 8 individuals on it.

These crinoids are 3D and have a very alien appearance.

The plate is 32cm x 20cm and has been nicely prepared.

These Jimbacrinus crinoids are hard to acquire due to Australia's strict fossil export laws.

This specimen was exported legally during the 80's and was part of a collection for years before being recently re-prepared.

Fossil Crinoid - Scyphocrinites elegans slab

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A superb Scyphocrinites elegans in a rose marble base.

A One of a Kind piece, from Permian period (358 to 419 million years) of Erfoud - Morocco, an extinct genus of crinoid Camarocrinus.

Beautiful fossil slabs colors and pattern made an extraordinary decor piece. 

Petrified wood side table

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Side table with petrified wood and three double handmade brass legs.

Top of the table is a slice of petrified tree - Araucaria species with 220 million years from Early Triassic period, with beautiful pattern and very dark color.

It comes from the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar.

One of a kind piece.

Petrified tree slice

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A slice of petrified tree, mounted on a handmade brass support. 

It comes from the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar.

Great pattern and colours. A one of a kind piece. 

Petrified wood side table

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Side table with petrified wood and three double handmade brass legs.

Top of the table is a slice of petrified tree - Araucaria species with 220 million years from Early Triassic period, with beautiful pattern and very dark color.

It comes from the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar.

One of a kind piece.

Aioloceras besairiei

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Ammonite sliced with beautiful crystal clusters inside the chambers, from Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Displayed in a marble vertical stand, this ammonite in two parts has been polished for showing the breathtaking inside colors and patterns.

Twin Aioloceras besairiei

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Aioloceras besairiei Lower Cretaceous, Albian period (100,5 – 113,0 million years ) from Mahajanga, Madagascar, in a black lacquered wood base.

Beautiful twin Aioloceras ammonite with most of the original nacreous shell layers (mother of pearl) preserved. Both sides have been prepared. 

Gigantopecten restitutensis

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An exceptional Museum Quality slab with five Gigantopecten restitutensis fossil from Vaucluse quarry in S.E. France.

Lower Miocene (Burdigalien), around 20 to 16 million years.

It is very well prepared and clean, a "one of a kind" piece!

Natural Orthoceras slab

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Natural, unbroken slab filled with wonderful naturally occurring orthoceras fossils that was once part of the prehistoric ocean floor over 400 million years ago, in a rose marble base.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried.

The fossils are exposed in their natural surrounding matrix. The slab features normal relief as well as dramatic natural texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid.

Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa. Devonian period, ca. 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco.

Polished Orthoceras slab

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Superb, unbroken slab filled with wonderful naturally occurring orthoceras fossils that was once part of the prehistoric ocean floor over 400 million years ago.

As these forms of prehistoric squid were covered in ocean sediments prior to fossilization, the majority of the creatures will be facing in the same relative position, having been lined up by currents on the sea floor prior to being buried.

The fossils are exposed and given a high polish to better view the creatures from their surrounding matrix. The slab features very high relief as well as dramatic texture and detail they had tentacles and ink sacs, much like present-day squid.

Except for belemnites, cephalopods had external shells with hollow internal chambers separated by walls called septa.

Devonian period, circa 410 million years, Anti-Atlas Mountains - Southern Morocco.

Aioloceras besairie

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Ammonite sliced - Cristal clusters - mounted on a handmade brass stand. 

Aioloceras besairie (>140mm) Lower Cretaceous, Albian (100.5–113.0 million years), from Mahajanga, Madagascar.

These ammonite sliced in two parts has been polished for showing the breathtaking inside colors and patterns. 

Copal Amber fossilized

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Madagascar Copal Amber with leaves and insects in a handmade brass base.

Amber is a substance derived from resins (Fossil Resin) of trees and plants that, buried for millions of years, underwent into a fossilization process.

These resins produced by plants acted as protection against the action of bacteria and against the attack of insects that punctured the bark until reaching the interior of the trees.

Over millions of years, amber-forming organic substances ended up forming a hardened, weather-resistant resin.

Copal Amber fossilized

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Madagascar Copal Amber with leaves and insects

Amber is a substance derived from resins (Fossil Resin) of trees and plants that, buried for millions of years, underwent into a fossilization process.

These resins produced by plants acted as protection against the action of bacteria and against the attack of insects that punctured the bark until reaching the interior of the trees.

Over millions of years, amber-forming organic substances ended up forming a hardened, weather-resistant resin.

Megalodon teeth

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Carcharocles megalodon - Neogen - Miocene, Burdigalian (15.97 - 20.44 million years) - Indonesia.

A large and superb tooth, with a wonderful colouration, as characterise the megalodon of Indonesia. 

Huge Megalodon teeth

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Carcharocles megalodon - Neogen - Miocene, Burdigalian (15.97 - 20.44 million years) - Indonesia. A huge, extra large and superb tooth, with a wonderful colouration, as characterise the megalodon of Indonesia. Beautiful teeth with a colour very similar to those of Chile and Peru, deposits closed for a long time. These megalodons have been on the market very recently.

Beautiful Megalodon teeth

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Carcharocles megalodon - Neogen - Miocene, Burdigalian (15.97 - 20.44 million years) - Indonesia. A huge, extra large and superb tooth, with a wonderful colouration, as characterise the megalodon of Indonesia. Beautiful teeth with a colour very similar to those of Chile and Peru, deposits closed for a long time. These megalodons have been on the market very recently.

Beautiful Megalodon teeth

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Carcharocles megalodon - Neogen - Miocene, Burdigalian (15.97 - 20.44 million years) - Indonesia. A huge, extra large and superb tooth, with a wonderful colouration, as characterise the megalodon of Indonesia. Beautiful teeth with a colour very similar to those of Chile and Peru, deposits closed for a long time. These megalodons have been on the market very recently.

Beautiful Megalodon teeth

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Carcharocles megalodon - Neogen - Miocene, Burdigalian (15.97 - 20.44 million years) - Indonesia.

A large and superb tooth, with a wonderful colouration, as characterise the megalodon of Indonesia. 

Aioloceras besairiei - Sliced

Availability: 6 In Stock

Finest quality Ammonite sliced - Cristal clusters - with beautiful colors in an elegant iron stand.

Aioloceras besairiei (>140mm) Lower Cretaceous, Albian (100.5–113.0 million years), from Mahajanga , Madagascar.

This ammonite sliced in two parts has been polished for showing the breathtaking inside colors and patterns!

Cleoniceras besairiei iridescent

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This beautiful ammonite is a Jurassic Cleoniceras from Madagascar that preserves part of the original mother-of-pearl iridescent shell.

The Ammonite doesn't have any gluing work, the fracture lines on the shell are internal and do not affect the integrity of the fossil.