Canadian Ammonite 7(1331)

Ammonite #7(1331) Placenticeras intercalare.  Measures approximately 17.8 cm. (7″) in diameter.  This ammonite displays excellent shape and areas of good colours on both sides. That ranges from burgundies, reds, oranges, golds and greens on the one side. Then mostly burgumdies, reds, oranges and golds on the other. Visible on the side with the green present are also quite a few bryozoans, an aquatic invertebrate that would attach to the outside of ammonites, which are easily visible with the naked eye or more easily with a magnifying glass. This ammonite comes from the top of the Bearpaw formation at the Korite mine.  Only in one small area of North America does one find this brilliant gemstone. Over millions of years, the nacre of the ammonite’s shell has been transformed to take on this wild range of iridescent colouring.  It comes with a wood display stand and a certificate of authenticity. For international shipping, all customs paperwork is included. This specimen is registered with the Government of Canada and leaves the country with all the required permits and documentation.