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About the source of Ammolite fossils

Ammolite, alias: Ammonite Hardness: 4.5 – 5.5, Specific Gravity: 2.75 – 2.80, Refractive Index: 1.52 – 1.68
Color: There are seven rainbow colors, namely red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple


Remarks: Also known as Ammonite, Spotted Snail, it is a billion-year-old seabed biological fossil with seven-color light. Ammolite is a conch fossil commonly known as “Ammolite”. Ammolite has a long history. It not only has a long history, but also has a legendary myth. The earliest records can be said to come from North America. It is a legend of the Indians. It is also recognized that it has an extraordinary healing and regulating effect because it absorbs the essence and energy of the universe.
Most of the amphibolites that can be seen on the market come from Madagascar and North America, but the real gem-level amphibolites recognized internationally are all from Madagascar in Africa, Alberta in North America, Canada and their surrounding areas. Colored Fossils. The most vivid colors of amphora are found in this region and are considered gemstones. In 1908, a member of the National Geographic Survey team found mineralized fossils of the swan snail along the St. Mary River in Alberta. However, it was not until 1981 that high-quality amphora gemstones with commercial mining value were discovered. The International Jewellery Federation (CIBJO) officially recognized variegated gemstones as gemstones in 1981. Gemstones: multifunctional gemstones with love, career, wealth and health.
We wholesale the best quality Ammolite samples, keep working with Ammolite gem diggers for a long time, and now provide collectors with Ammolite at the best price and discount

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