Handmade in my Surrey studio, this beautiful silver pendant is inspired by the prehistoric ammonite.
Handmade silver ammonite pendant 2cm
999-fine silver ammonite
925-sterling silver 18-inch chain
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A small reminder of life’s fragility, this handmade silver pendant is carved into the shape of an ammonite fossil.
Ammonites once ruled the seas with prehistoric nautical dinosaurs, its swirling shell swimming among some of the largest sea creatures in recorded history.
This beautiful handmade silver ammonite fossil pendant is part of the ocean inspired jewellery collection.
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Bought 3 necklaces for family who live by the beach. They all loved them. Beautiful necklaces and came in lovely jewellery pouches so made great gifts. Couldn’t recommend more.
Great little gift, wife loved it ! Fast delivery & well presented
Did you know?
- Ammonites lived during the periods of Earth history known as the Jurassic and Cretaceous.
- The Jurassic Period began about 201 million years ago, and the Cretaceous ended about 66 million years ago. The ammonites existed around the same time that dinosaurs walked the Earth.
- The best place to find ammonite fossils in the UK is along the Jurassic coastline, in particular Lyme Regis, Dorset
- Ammonite shells are often used as index fossils, meaning they can help date other fossils that are found in the same layer of marine rock.
This beautiful silver ammonite pendant is part of the oceans jewellery collection and is also available in yellow gold vermeil.
Ammonites evolved around 416 million years ago and were found with abundance during the pre-historic era. Ammonites are the most commonly found fossils and palaeologists often use these ammonite fossils as a way of dating other rarer fossils found in the same sedimentary layer.
Ammonites are popular in jewellery due to their pleasing spiral shapes and intriguing links to evolution and natural history. Their geometric symmetry, also known as ‘the golden ratio’, has inspired artists, musicians, architects and designers for generations. Ammonite shells, with their continuous spiralling shapes are incredibility pleasing to look and have been worn as talismans for centuries. This handmade modern silver interpretation of an ammonite is perfectly designed for everyday wear.
Ammonites as talismans
Ammonites are beloved for the natural harmony of their shape, its spiral symbolising harmony as it is believed the that the ammonites nautical shape filters negativity through its internal chambers and brings balance and harmony to its wearer.