Ammolite Pendant

Ammonites are Cephalopods, an extinct group of marine invertebrate animals, which thrived in tropic seas spanning from the Devonian geological period (circa 400 million years ago) and became extinct at the close of the Cretaceous period along with the dinosaurs. Ammolite is a rare, vividly coloured iridescent gemstone made from the shells of ammonites that have been compacted, crushed and heated through aeons of tectonic upheaval. This results in a bright, fiery prismatic coloured gemstone with metaphysical properties helpful for stability and protection.

This incredible specimen features a large, perfectly formed ammonite fossil with carefully curated ammolite flakes set into the cavities of this prehistoric creature to create a unique and magnificent piece of art.

Location: Canada
Measures Approximately: 35 x 45 mm
Materials: Hand Crafted 925 Polished Sterling Silver
Suggested Chain: Belcher Oval
Please Note: Price is for pendant only


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