Standard split ammonite pair
Probably the most decorative fossil we sell, these ammonites have been cut open to reveal the internal spiral of the shell.
The once hollow chambers of the shell of this extinct marine Cephalopod (something akin to a shell–dwelling squid) have been filled with deposits of calcite, agate and other minerals over millions of years .
Cretaceous, Albian, circa 110 million years old.
From Mahajunga, Madagascar.
Measurements are approximate and the minimum size you should expect your item to be. Price includes a small display stand.
This is an ammonite pair, you will receive both parts of the ammonite.
Small: Width 8cm Height 6cm Depth 0.5cm
Standard: Width 10cm Height 9cm Depth 0.5cm
Large: Width 14cm Height 12cm Depth 1cm
Extra large: Width 16.5cm Height 14cm Depth 2cm
About Our Fossils
The photos are for guidance purposes only and not of the exact fossil you will recieve, unless otherwise stated under the photo of the item. If you would like to , you can contact us before purchase, stating the item which interests you. We will happily email you a photograph and the dimensions of the actual item you will be buying.
As all of our fossils are unique, there will be some variation in the size and colour and shape of each piece, but we do our best to pick out the highest quality items that we have available.
Please note that pictures may not be to scale; always check dimensions. Measurements stated are approximate, they are the minimum size that you should expect your fossil to be.For more information see our buying guide