Wholesale Ammonite Crystal Stones

Ammonites or also known as shelled cephalopods were known to have once been the most abundant animals of the ancient seas 425 million years ago during the age of the dinosaurs. In fact, Ammonites are considered to be relatives of today's sea creatures such as octopuses and squids. Ammonites officially died out roughly 66 million years ago. During the medieval era in Europe, the Ammonite fossils were believed to be coiled-up snakes that had simply been turned to stone. This belief gifted the nicknames “serpent stones” and “snakestone”

In metaphysical belief, due to the longevity of these Ammonites, one of the earth's first biological creatures is believed they promote strength and perseverance. It is said that Ammonites are commonly found to be associated with the third eye chakra as well as the root chakra.

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Natural Ammonite Shell Pair #0003

This premium Natural Ammonite Shell Pair is exquisitely detailed and perfect for collecting, displaying, and studying. Its unique pattern provides an unmistakable beauty and reveals its prehistoric origins. The shells...

Ammonite Shell Pair Fossil Stone from Madagascar ( 1.4 Lb )

This beautiful Ammonite fossil comes from Madagascar. What is interesting about this piece is the shell shape it has, as well as the stunning details within the fossil. This Ammonite...

Ammonite Shell Pair Fossil Stone from Madagascar ( 1.2 Lb )

Gorgeous Ammonite fossil from Madagascar. This stunning fossil pair contains various shades of brown and white. These ammonites were shelled cephalopods that went extinct over 60 million years ago.  Please...