These fossil inclusions illustrate great insight into the prehistoric marine waters of the Devonian period millions of years ago, now the North Western Sahara. Exhibiting superb detail of the Orthoceras (a marine cephalopod related to octopi and cuttlefish) phragmacone's, remains of the internal structure of the orthoceras which have mineralised over the eons with fascinating quartz and calcite deposits replacing the internal chambers of the once extant animals. Encapsulated by ancient limestone which was the prehistoric sediment at the bottom of the ocean. This very black sediment contrasting wonderfully with the white mineral inclusion. The combinations curating a unique-designed creation.
On ordering you shall receive a similar fossil sculpture to the one featured in our illustrations along with certification of authenticity.
This bespoke creative-design will make the perfect statement for your interior whilst showcasing an array of decorative Orthoceras fossil inclusions within the black devonian limestone from Morocco dating back 417,000,000 to 354,000,000 years.