Coprolite Petrified Dinosaur Dung Pendant Wire Wrapped .925 Sterling Silver
An interesting and intriguing stone from the age of the dinosaurs (Triassic through Cretaceous geologic time periods – 65 to 225 million years ago); coprolite is fossilized, petrified (or agatized) dinosaur dung. In random patchy colors of clear, white, and red-brown, it presents a beautiful color combination and makes a nice conversation piece, especially for educational or scientific interest, high color contrast within the stone makes it wear well with most colors of clothing. Mostly an artistic piece due to random color pattern variation and non-standard shape, though nearly flawless flat polished surfaces, both front and back may appeal to a purist view.
Description: Random spot and patch patterned clear, white and red-brown, imperfect oval shaped, translucent to opaque stone wrapped in 20 gauge sterling silver wire.
Stone Size: Large (1-5/8” x 1” x 1/4”).
Pattern: As given in description.
Contour: Smooth flat face.
Unique Features: Interesting color pattern and origin; near flawless front and back surfaces.
Polish: High-gloss, brilliant
Edges: Smooth with some minor natural pits or pocks.
Treatment: None: natural fossil stone; cut, smoothed and polished only.
Comment: A unique, handmade, genuine semi-precious stone pendant, this piece is posted individually, not merely a representative item - what you see is what you get.
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