Iridescent Ammonite Fossil Pendant Wire Wrapped .925 Sterling Silver
Iridescent Ammonite Pendant Wire Wrapped in .925 Sterling Silver Round Wire
Iridescent Ammonites were once coiled nautiloid shallow sea creatures. Fossilization has preserved the entire shell and the iridescent nacre of this creature. A member of the Cleoniceras species, this ammonite lived in the geologic Cretaceous period (about 120 million years ago). Often worn for educational or scientific interest, and as a conversation piece, it is also beautiful, displaying wavy radial rainbow iridescent color segments;. This is a “wear with most anything” fossil stone, but may be most appropriately worn with brown based colors and earth tones, or clothing designed for natural world interest.
Description: Medium brown base with rainbow iridescent surfaces, ram’s horn spiral shaped, opaque fossil wrapped in 20 gauge .925 sterling silver wire.
Fossil Size: Large (1-1/4” x 1-3/16” x 3/8”).
Pattern: Spiral, radial, wavy sections.
Contour: Smooth, low dome, spiral donut.
Unique Features: Wavy iridescent refractive and reflective colors; naturally rough spiral centers, both sides.
Polish: High gloss, brilliant.
Edges: Smooth, polished.
Treatment: None; polished natural shell fossil.
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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