Surrounded by myth and legend, the seemingly infinite spirals of Ammonite Fossils have fascinated people the world over for centuries. The Roman historian, Pliny the Elder, gave Ammonite its name based on the ram’s horn shape, while these snail shell fossils were called “Snakestones” or “Serpentstones” by medieval Europeans. Ammonite Fossils typically range in neutral shades from chocolate brown, deep burgundy or red, pure black, slate gray, and lemon yellow, though many other colors are possible. Brilliantly-colored Ammonites are considered gemstone quality and are made into Ammolite jewelry.
Ana Silver Co. carries a beautiful variety of genuine Ammonite silver pendants, Ammonite silver earrings, and dramatic Ammonite silver rings. Each unique, one-of-a-kind piece of Ammonite Fossil silver jewelry is carefully selected for quality and accented with pure 925 Sterling Silver by our professional in-house artisans. Browse our rare collections of Ammonite Fossil jewelry at our online store!