Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite
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Red/copper iridescent Caloceras display ammonite

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A stunning example of an iridescent ammonite fossil of the species Caloceras johnstoni from North Somerset, UK.

The matrix measures 88 mm (3.4 inches) wide and the ammonite measures 26 mm. The shell sits in the original limestone matrix in which it was found that has been shaped and has a cut-flat base and custom plaster wedge on the back to allow it to be displayed freely standing. The ammonite is very well preserved and has been prepared out of the rock to reveal the shell, which displays some beautiful red and orange/copper iridescence that changes as the viewing angle changes.

These fossils are highly sought after and very hard to find. They are preserved in the same way as the famous Canadian "Ammolite" ammonites that are turned into valuable gemstones. The fossil weighs 45 grams. These fossils make great unusual gifts and each one is totally unique.

Around 200 million years old (Hettangian, Early Jurassic), this fossil would make a wonderful addition to any collection.