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After you hold one of these Boxes or Paperweights you hold a bit of the antiquated Moroccan ocean. The boxes all have covers and can be utilized to store jewelery, resources, coins, keys, etc. The “paperweights” can be utilized for collectable examples, enhancing things, angle tank shows, etc. and make incredible blessings. The exceptional craftsmanship is obvious in each piece. The hand cut and handcrafted Bowls on this page are an fabulous case of Moroccan workmanship. A fossilized Ammonite or Orthoceras can be seen in each bowl. These shocking pieces complement any décor. Each is flawlessly distinctive, hand chosen, and best quality. The Plates and Platters appeared on this page are all handcrafted in Morocco. They emphasize the extraordinary common magnificence of the fossilized Ammonite and Orthoceras. These 345 million year ancient ocean fossils are found in an zone that’s presently leave. Each plate and platter is particularly one of a kind, hand chosen, and beat quality.
The Moroccan Devonian nautiloids are amongst the oldest cephalopods and are related to the modern day Nautilus and squid. They were abundant during the Paleozoic era in the sea some 350 MM years ago and now make up the Atlas Mountain range of central Morocco. There are two nautiloids forms present in the Moroccan Devonian sea. The Goniatites, an extinct relative of the Ammonites, possessed an external shell, which has a spiral form of internal chambers. The Orthoceras was straight shelled with the internal chambers. Typically very ornate and very collectible fossils. The polished Moroccan fossil items are very attractive with many colours and detailed internal chambers. They make great gifts and can be used as collectible specimens and decorative items. As these are hand made from natural materials please expect some tiny imperfections in the stoneware.
Contain the remains of ancient sea-life creatures that lived more than 400 million years ago
These pieces contain Goniatites (ancient ammonoid) and Orthoceras (primitive squid creatures)
Skilfully sawn, cut, carved and highly polished from natural stone in Morocco