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JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER - 190 million years old - Charmouth, Dorset

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JURASSIC 'PYRITISED'
AMMONITE CLUSTER

190 million years old


Lower Lias
Charmouth, near Lyme Regis, Dorset.

 
A lovely group of ammonites from the Jurassic Coast that has been naturally 'pyritised'. In other words the ammonite shells have been partially preserved by the iron mineral pyrite (fools gold). This gives the fossil a golden appearance.  
  
Ammonites are extinct marine shellfish that were common during the age of the dinosaurs, a period of the Earth's history when much of England was submerged beneath warm seas.
  
Presented in a lidded gift box
  

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Size: 9 x 9 x 2 centimetres
Weight:  311 grams

PRICE: £42.00
JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER  -  190 million years old  -  Charmouth, Dorset
JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER  -  190 million years old  -  Charmouth, Dorset JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER  -  190 million years old  -  Charmouth, Dorset JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER  -  190 million years old  -  Charmouth, Dorset JURASSIC 'GOLDEN' AMMONITE CLUSTER  -  190 million years old  -  Charmouth, Dorset