Decorative Natural Ammonite Fossil Stone Bowl - 8.5 x 1.25 inches - Gray (Hezhra) - Moroccophile Souk
Decorative Natural Ammonite Fossil Stone Bowl - 8.5 x 1.25 inches - Gray (Hezhra) - Moroccophile Souk
Decorative Natural Ammonite Fossil Stone Bowl - 8.5 x 1.25 inches - Gray (Hezhra) - Moroccophile Souk

Decorative Natural Ammonite Fossil Stone Bowl - 8.5 x 1.25 inches - Gray (Hezhra)

Regular price $ 135.00

Gray (Hezhra) Fossil Stone Decorative Bowl

Where Art Met the Sea & Designed History

* 500 Million Years Ago *

Our gray (hezhra) natural fossil limestone decorative bowl brings a rustic elegance that exudes character and artistry in any space. Install this luxurious sustainable material when you want accent walls, floors and other surfaces that deliver visual impact.

Art. Unearthed. Extinct fossils naturally preserved and visible in this hard limestone are nearly half a billion years old and include a species of spiral ammonites and goniatites that inhabited prehistoric seas. Each piece is unlike any other as the placement of the fossils is completely organic and a result of natural chemical and physical geological processes...courtesy of the artist, planet Earth.

  • Measurements: 8.5 x 8.5 x 1.25 inches
  • Fossil Types: Ammonite, a spiral-shaped form
  • Fossil Distribution: Density is mostly high with occasional moderate areas
  • Color Range: Medium to light gray tones; white inside fossil forms

    Material + Origin 
    Ancient Seabed Natural Fossil Stone Collection, created from a hard limestone that polishes to a shine, is quarried from the Sahara desert, the location of a prehistoric seabed. Found in an selection of colors that include terracotta brown, dark brown, black, and gray, it is available as dimensional tiles, slabs and quarry blocks, as well as custom bath and dining surfaces.

    Orthoceras, the rocket-shaped fossil figure, and Ammonites, the spiral-shaped fossil form, are the prehistoric sea life naturally preserved throughout this material and still visible today in the Ancient Seabed Natural Fossil Stone Collection, which all began in a primitive ocean during the Paleozoic era nearly a half billion years ago.