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Starborn Creations offers an extensive line of premium fossils. Check out our selection of fossil bracelets, earrings, rings, pins, neckwear, pendants, matched sets, and cuff links. Learn more about fossils below...


An ammonite is a cephalopod which once swam in shallow marine seas and became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. The closest living relative to the ammonite is the chambered nautilus. Like the chambered nautilus, the ammonite's ability to swim was due to the unique construction of its shell. The shell contained many air filled chambers, called the phragmocone.
Center; Ammonite, fossil sand dollar, facetted champagne topaz and fossil shark tooth pendant set in sterling silver, 3.25 in x 1.25 in including bale.

Above Sides; Fossil Trilobites and facetted champagne topaz earrings set in sterling silver, 1.5 in x .5 in including wire.

Pyritized ammonite is an ammonite that has been fossilized by pyrite rather than some other mineral. It has a beautiful golden sheen and adds a very unique look to our jewelry line.

Fossil shark teeth; the light colored one from Marocco the darker ones form the US: Carcharodon megalodon teeth are among the most sought after types of shark teeth in the world. These teeth are in extremely high demand by collectors and private investors, and they can fetch steep prices. This shark lived during the Miocene and Pliocene eras, roughly about 16 to 1.5 million years ago. Its teeth on average range between 1.5 to 6.5 inch in length. The largest examples can reach a length of more than 7 inches. These huge teeth indicate that the Megalodon could grow up to more than 16 m (52.5 ft) long, growing bigger than the largest fish alive in the world today, the whale shark.
Trilobites are extinct sea creatures that were one of the first forms of life on earth.They ruled the world before the time of the dinosaurs during the Paleozoic Era, from the Cambrian Period to the Permian Period (between 545 and 251 million years ago)Trilobites are the only extinct form of Arthropods (invertebrate animals having jointed bodies and legs),and were related to the lobster and crab.
The tan colour large one, on the right side is "Mososaurus sp." technically a marine reptile ("swimming dinosaur") from the Upper Cretaceous age ~80 million years old. Found near Oued Zem on the Khouribga Plateaux, Morocco. They come from a large open cast phosphate mine.

The thinner one on the left side is from "Spinosaurus sp." a true dinosaur with an interesting history. Made famous in Jurassic Park 3 for taking on a T-Rex, and winning (there are all sorts of inaccuracies with this but that's entertainment). They come from mid Cretaceous deposits very close the the Algerian border, nearest town is Taouz, Morocco.



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