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Own These Handmade Fossil Jewelry With Stunning, Unique Designs

Adorn yourself with the beauty of the past. Explore our splendid fossil jewelry - a timeless fusion of nature’s artistry and contemporary design. Make a statement with these pieces.

Dec 06, 20233.7K Shares57.6K ViewsWritten By: Johnny K.Reviewed By: Luke Williams
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Own These Handmade Fossil Jewelry With Stunning, Unique Designs

Let me fascinate you with my collection of fossil jewelrythat I’m selling.

The fossils used in my jewelry range from the Paleozoic Era (543 to 248 million years ago - the baculites) through the Silurian Age (an estimated 400 million years old - cephalopods) and the Jurassic Period (an estimated 140 million years ago - ammonites) to the Cretaceous Period (144 to 65 million years ago - also, ammonites).

Ammonites, fossilized coral, baculites, cephalopods, and Petoskey stone fossils make beautiful and unique jewelry.

Handmade Fossil Jewelry

You may fancy any - or all (and I’ll not be surprised!) - of these fabulous and one-of-a-kind handmade fossil jewelry (note: all prices indicated are in U.S. Dollars).

A number-eight-shaped fossil pendant in silver with black onyx and ammonite
A number-eight-shaped fossil pendant in silver with black onyx and ammonite

A. Ammonite Fossil Pendant

  • Price: $240
  • size varies
  • available sizes: 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" to 1 1/2" x 1 3/4"
  • with black onyxand in sterling silver
  • a limited edition Moroccan ammonite pendant-slide
A baculite fossil pendant with silver chain
A baculite fossil pendant with silver chain

B. Baculite Fossil Pendant

  • Price: $860
  • with onyxbullet
  • Baculite pendant size: 3" x 1 1/4"
  • comes with custom sterling silver chain(20")
  • length of chain and pendant: 23"
A pendant with black stone and cephalopod fossil on its upside-down obelisk tip
A pendant with black stone and cephalopod fossil on its upside-down obelisk tip

C. Chinese Writing Stone Pin-Pendant

  • Price: $580 (may still vary)
  • with cephalopod fossil
  • 14-karat goldand 22-karat gold
  • in sterling silver
  • size: 1 5/8" x 1 1/2"
  • general description: pin/pendant/slide

Note:Price based on $1,350 - gold market and $30 - silver market.

A number-eight-shaped fossil pendant in silver with white onyx and ammonite
A number-eight-shaped fossil pendant in silver with white onyx and ammonite

D. English Ammonite Pendant

  • Price: $240
  • a limited edition slide/pin
  • with white onyx
  • bone in sterling silver
  • size: 1 1/2" x 1 3/4"

This pendant is also available with mother-of-pearl cabochon or with ammonites from Morocco available in the following colors:

  • black
  • bronze
  • dark brown
A number-eight-shaped pendant in silver with mother of pearl and ammonite
A number-eight-shaped pendant in silver with mother of pearl and ammonite

E. English Ammonite Pendant with Mother of Pearl

  • Price: $240
  • in sterling silver
  • size: 1 1/2" x 1 3/4"
  • a limited edition designer pendant
An irregular shaped pendant with black, white and brown onyx beads and brass beads
An irregular shaped pendant with black, white and brown onyx beads and brass beads

F. Petoskey Stone Pendant

  • Price: $425
  • has Mexican onyx and red jasper
  • hand-carved bone beads
  • coconut and black onyx beads and brass Abija beads
  • an exceptional designer bone necklace with brass fittings and a Petoskey stone cabochon
A silver pendant with pink coral fossil and a small round white topaz at the top
A silver pendant with pink coral fossil and a small round white topaz at the top

G. Pink Fossil Coral Pendant

  • Price: $380
  • white topaz
  • size: 1 1/4" x 2 1/8"
  • hand textured sterling silver
  • available with different stones
A bracelet with six cabochons on sterling silver linked together
A bracelet with six cabochons on sterling silver linked together

H. Cabochon Link Bracelet

  • Price: $630
  • in sterling silver
  • with fossilized palmwood
  • Moroccan ammonite and Petoskey stone
  • six cabochons individually hand cut to fit the design

The top layer of silver in this bracelet is textured, and the bottom layer is polished to a mirror finish. This helps to camouflage mars and scratches.

A bracelet with six cabochons on sterling silver linked together
A bracelet with six cabochons on sterling silver linked together

I. Cephalopod Fossil Ring

  • Price: $160
  • with cephalopod fossil
  • in sterling silver
  • available in full and half sizes: 6 through 9 1/2

The delivery time for these pieces of fossil jewelry will take two to six weeks.

Other Details

Most pendant jewelry is made as pin-pendantsand comes with a removable bail; so, the piece may be worn as either a brooch/pin or as a pendant.

The colors of most fossils are usually:

  • black
  • brown
  • cream
  • beige

However, sometimes fossilized coral forms in bright colors, such as:

  • red and pinks
  • some blue and green

If preservation conditions are correct, shells become fossilized.

As light enters this shell, it’s refracted and reflected as if it passed through a prism. This is how the iridescent property is produced.

Among the different pieces of fossil jewelry featured here, what has captivated you the most?

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