This stone bowl is made from Orthoceras stone – Strictly speaking its fossilised cephalopods from roughly 200-500 million years ago!
Introducing our stunning polished black Orthoceras Stone Dish, a sophisticated and versatile addition to your home decor. Measuring 10cm in diameter and 2cm deep, this exquisite dish is perfect for storing loose jewellery, soap bars, or other small items with elegance and style.
Crafted from a beautiful black Orthoceras stone, this unique dish features a smooth, polished surface that showcases the natural patterns and textures of the fossilized material. Its eye-catching design and lustrous finish make it an attractive centrepiece for any room.
Dimensions roughly: 10cm across x 2cm depth
What is Orthoceras stone? Orthoceras (“straight horn”) is a genus of extinct nautiloid cephalopods restricted to Middle Ordovician-aged marine limestones of the Baltic States and Sweden. Existing in the time Period to the Triassic Period (500 – 200 million years ago). Look closely and you will find these amazing fossils strewn throughout the bowls.