Ammolite Fossil
This stone is unrivaled for its beauty, intensity and diversity of color. Ammonite fossils are extinct marine mollusks, which died out in the Late Cretaceous Period, 65 million years ago. They were fossilized in a rock formation known as bearpaw shale, and preserved and transformed into the radiant multi-colored stones we call ammolite. 

Ammolite Fossil

This stone is unrivaled for its beauty, intensity and diversity of color. Ammonite fossils are extinct marine mollusks, which died out in the Late Cretaceous Period, 65 million years ago. They were fossilized in a rock formation known as bearpaw shale, and preserved and transformed into the radiant multi-colored stones we call ammolite.