Natural Pyritized Ammonite Impression


An Ammonite is a sephalapod that lived between 400-66 MYA. Its shell can range in size and shape depending on the region that the fossil is found. In Medieval Europe, the ammonite was associated with St. Patrick. Chain sold separately.

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Pyritized Ammonite

Pleuroceras Spinatum

Jurassic (Appx. 160 MYA)
This unique highly-articulated mollusk is actually an extremely rare impression of the fossil formed in the mud of the sea floor. Over time, the “reverse mold” was replaced with pyrite. Said to stimulate creativity. Chain sold separately.

Buttenheim, Germany

Additional information
Weight0.06 lbs
Dimensions1 × 0.25 × 1.75 in