Dorset Ammonite Pendant
Chain sold separately. Browse our collection here.
Cast from a perfect Ammonite fossil found on one of our trips to Charmouth beach near Lyme Regis in Dorset.
Lyme Regis fossils were made famous through the work of Mary Anning in the early 19th century. Mary Anning used to collect fossils and shells from the beach between Lyme Regis and Charmouth (she is the subject of the tongue twister “She sells sea shells…”) and discovered the first identified Ichthyosaur skeleton, as well as plesiosaur and pterosaur skeletons. Regretfully much of Mary’s work was only fully recognised after her death.
Part of our Water collection inspired by our love for the ocean, coastlines and fossils.
Measurements and Materials
This pendant is the smaller of the two modelled. Pictured with our 'Light Close Tight Trace chain'.
Material - .925 Recycled Sterling Silver
Pendant Width - 10mm
Pendant Height - 15mm
Delicately wrapped in tissue paper and gift packaged in a recyclable box. Orders over £50 will receive a complementary organic cotton drawstring bag!
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This is a very special iconic piece of beautifully crafted jewellery which I was very happy to buy as a birthday gift for my sister.