Bearpaw Formation, Late Cretaceous, Approx. 71 MYA, Alberta, Canada
Offered here is a beautiful collection of four small ammolite specimens in a clear "membrane" display box. The colourful and bright ammolite specimens measure approximately 4cm. X 2.5cm, 4cm. X 2cm., 3cm. X 2.5cm. and 4cm. X 2cm. and 0.9cm thick at its thickest point. The display box measures 23cm. X 11cm. X 2cm. The chosen pieces are all very different and together they represent the full range of colours present in ammolite. Each piece has a very different texture and there are uneven surfaces on all which amplifies the play of colours seen in each piece as the display box is moved under the light. These specimens are suitable for display or possibly wire wrapping. They are not completely polished and stabilized gemstones.
Ammolite is one of the rarest gemstones on Earth. It is found in one small 10 sq. km pocket of southern Alberta, Canada.
The Supplier warrants that they have obtained this lot in a legal manner. Acquired from the Korite Mine in Alberta, Canada. Export Permits issued from the Federal Government of Canada are supplied where needed.
Customs and Duties Charges will be applicable to the buyer
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Great specimen!! Good packaging and sending. Just 1 thing: there is a misspelling on the certificate. In the small letters it says canda fossils instead of canada. But the ammolite is very beautifull!
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