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Ammonites are extinct cephalopod which evolved from prehistoric nautiloids. These sea creatures lived between 400 million - 200 million B.C.E. Ammonites had hard, chambered shells and soft tentacles. They are distantly related to sea creatures such as octopi, squid, and cuttlefish.

This genuine ammonite fossil was found in Madagascar, Africa. This fossil is from the Jurassic Period (200 million years ago). Over time, the fossil was replaced by calcite.

You will receive exact piece pictured above in the first four photos. This ammonite half is ideal for wire wrapping. It can be glued to bails, bracelets, and other metal jewelry. I've also seen ammonite halves of this size incorporated into dreamcatchers, baskets, terrariums, and other craft projects.

Ammonite measures approximately:

0.2 x 0.8 x 1.0 inches
0.4 x 2.0 x 2.5 cm

Metaphysical:
Ammonites are thought to be a protective stone which give stability and structure to ones life. Thought to help one see the "whole picture."

Item #: 001

Medium Ammonite Fossil, Madagascar, Jewelry and Wire Wrapping Supplies

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