This sculpture features a glorious ammolite fossil. It is like an everlasting luminous, radiant rainbow. The rosewood base is an elegant support giving the sculpture viewing angles from all sides. Ammonite were part of the cephalopod family during the Mesozoic Era, dating these fossils at the least 66 million years old. Under great pressure and surrounded by the right minerals, ammonite will start to form platelets of minerals giving it an opal like iridescence. The fossil is now called an ammolite. As you walk past this sculpture you'll notice its chromatic shift, the colors will change depending on the your position and the angle of light. This sculpture shines so brightly, it almost looks as if there is a light within the fossil.
Sculptures are hand carved by Eddie Lee in his Pacific Northwest studio. Every carving is one of a kind, individually carved. The sculpture you see pictured is the exact one you will receive. Every fine art piece is hand signed by the artist and includes a certificate of authenticity, which describes the art piece and has a short biography of master sculptor, Eddie Lee.
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