Gemstone Designer Jewelry

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Handmade Fossil Jewelry

The fossils used in my jewelry range from the Paleozoic Era ( 543 to 248 million years ago - the baculites) through the Silurian Age (+400 million years old - cephalopods) and the Jurassic Period (+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.

 Fossil Pendants, Slides, Pins, Rings, Bracelet and Necklaces

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baculite fossil, onyx handmade silver chain
Baculite Fossil Pendant
with Onyx Bullet
Handmade Sterling Silver Chain


Chinese Writing Stone Pin-Pendant
with Fossil Cephalopod
Sterling Silver and Gold


English ammonite, sterling silver pendant / slide
English Ammonite Pendant
with Bone in Sterling Silver


ammonite pendant
Ammonite Fossil Pendant
with Onyx
Sterling Silver


cephalopod sterling ring
Cephalopod Fossil Ring
Sterling Silver


Petoskey Stone, Onyx, Carved Bone, Jasper
Petoskey Stone Pendant
with Onyx, Bone, Jasper
and Coconut Shell Bead Necklace


Fossilized coral, white topaz, pendant
Pink Fossil Coral Pendant
with White Topaz
Sterling Silver


bracelet with fossils
Silver Bracelet with
Fossilized Palmwood, Moroccan
Ammonite and Petoskey Stone

Black Onyx and Morrocan Ammonite
Sterling Silver Pin-Pendant

Moroccan Ammonite
Ammonite Pendant
with Black Onyx
Sterling Silver


English ammonite pendant
English Ammonite Pendant
with Mother of Pearl

Sterling Silver


Cephalopod, Chinese writing stone and Ammonite cabochons available for Custom Jewelry

Ammonites Facts, Information and Pictures

* Most pendant jewelry is made as pin/pendants and 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 and beige, but sometimes fossilized coral forms in bright colors - reds and pinks, some blue and green.

If preservation conditions are correct, shells become fossilized. As light enters this shell it is refracted and reflected as if passed through a prism. This is how the iridescent property is produced.


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Handmade Jewelry
Agate Amber
Amethyst Boulder Opal
Black Onyx Charoite
Carnelian Citrine
Chinese Writing Stone Chrysocolla
Chrysoprase Dinosaur Bone
Drusy Fossil
Garnet Jade
Jasper Lapis Lazuli
Larimar Malachite
Moonstone Opal
Opalite Palm Wood
Pearl Peridot
Peruvian Opal Picasso Marble
Quantum Quattro Rhodochrosite
Rutilated Quartz Sapphire
Spectrolite Sugilite
Tiger's Eye Topaz
Turquoise Variscite

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