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Cleoniceras Ammonite Pendant

SKU:TFS0490
£44.00

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A superb silver clasped dropper pendant of the classic Cleoniceras ammonite completely mineralised creating a natural and perfect gift for your loved one, usually worn on a long chain and suits most attires. Set in 925 silver and rhodium plated claw.

Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite sp. and perisphinctes ammonite.
Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Albian epoch, Cleoniceras Besairiei zone, approximately 112 million years.
Origin: Ambatolafia Quarry, Mahajanga basin, Mahajanga province, North Western Madagascar.

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Height: 3.8 cm
Width: 3.2 cm
Depth: 0.4 cm

Average weight: 0,009 g

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Cleoniceras ammonite pendant from the tropical forests of Madagascar. Hand cut and polished revealing the internal chambers replaced with quartz and calcite minerals


A fine silver clasped dropper pendant of the classic Cleoniceras ammonite completely mineralised creating a natural and perfect gift for your loved one, usually worn on a long chain and suits most attires. Set in 925 silver and rhodium plated claw. Rhodium is coated over silver to prevent silver tarnish and fine scuffs and scratches, giving more life to your English Ammonite pendant and has been recently introduced to jewellery over the past couple of years.


Minerals grow inside the cavities of the Cleoniceras chambers, mineralised during the process of fossilisation due to the environments conditions of gases and heat which encourage the minerals to fill the internal chambers. Some of these chambers are not fully solid with the quartz and calcites this is due to a disturbance, at some point something interrupted the growth cycle, this could have been movement in the sediments where the fossil once lay or a fault in the fossil beds allowing oxygen to enter the mineral, in turn altering the atmospheric conditions, affecting the advancement of mineral growth.

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