Ammonite Craspedodiscus Discofalcatus
Ulyanovsk region, Russia
43 cm diameter
128 -136 million years
Available for requests
Prise on request
Exquisite Rarity for Interior and Collection: Craspedodiscus Ammonite
Discover the allure of large ammonites from the distinguished Craspedodiscus genus, where the shells are transformed into simbircite, creating an exclusive rarity synonymous with the Ulyanovsk region (Russia), renowned globally. These cephalopods, once inhabitants of a vast tropical sea, have now become prized possessions in museums and private collections around the world.
The ammonite showcases a rich chestnut or dark red hue. As the angle of illumination shifts, crimson flashes come to life on the surface, shimmering and fading away. Occasionally, a mesmerizing iridescence graces the specimen – a play of mother-of-pearl, changing hues gracefully in the light.
- Craspedodiscus Elegance: The ammonites from the Craspedodiscus genus are celebrated for their exceptional beauty and distinctive simbircite transformation, setting them apart as a hallmark of the Ulyanovsk region’s natural treasures.
- Tropical Sea Relics: Transport yourself to a bygone era when these cephalopods thrived in a vast tropical sea. Today, their fossilized remnants evoke a sense of wonder and admiration, making them highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
- Dynamic Color Palette: The ammonite’s chestnut or dark red coloration provides a stunning backdrop for the play of light. Witness the captivating crimson flashes and the enchanting iridescence of the mother-of-pearl, adding an extra layer of visual fascination.
Embrace Rarity: Whether you are enhancing your interior decor or expanding your collection, this Craspedodiscus ammonite offers an exclusive glimpse into Earth’s ancient seas. The dynamic interplay of color and the unique simbircite replacement make this specimen a captivating addition, capturing the essence of natural artistry frozen in time. Own a piece of history that transcends epochs and brings a touch of the extraordinary to your surroundings.
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