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Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant
Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant

Extinct Rainbow Ammonite Shell Fossil Specimen Pendant

Regular price $18.90 Sale

Item Code: AMM10100
Net Weight: 29.5g (Approx)
Diameter/ Size: 38mm (L) x 14mm (B) x 46mm (H) (Approx)

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This is an extinct Ammonite Fossil which has been fossilised in marine rock for million years and has been carefully framed into a stainless steel pendant. Due to its long history and totally natural, it does had some natural cracks and beautiful rainbows and these are all naturally formed. Display stand not included.

Fossilized ammonite is a stone of protection. It provides for insight and it helps to assist one in enlightenment. Wearing an Ammonite fossil pendant can help to promote the flow of energy through the body which can help to improve health, wisdom and attracts wealth. It can also help to protect one from harm and bad luck.

Natural fossilized Ammonite which is a prime lapidary material and commands high prices due to its extinction and long history dated back at least 100 million years. It appears in a coiled, spiral shape. Before extinction, Ammonites inhabited the world’s oceans and were now fossilized in marine rocks. Because of their rapid evolution and wide distribution, fossilized ammonites provide a useful tool for indexing and dating rocks. The word ammonite is derived from Ammon, an Egyptian god who took the form of a ram. Ammonites are similar in appearance to a ram's horn.