Prehistoric Palaeontologist – PREORDER


A multilayered acrylic brooch of a triceratops palaeontologist delightfully excavating fossilised ammonites from a rock.

*Up to six (6) week preorder turn-around time.

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*THIS IS A PRE-ORDER. Pre-orders will be open until Monday 4th July, 9.00am AEST. After this time, we will immediately commence production. The turnaround time will be six weeks, plus shipping.

Triceratops horridus was the Earth’s first palaeontologist. 67 million years ago, he came across a fossiliferous outcrop and was keen to excavate a number of marvellous ammonites. Triceratops roamed the Earth in a time when ammonites had existed for over 200 million years – it stands to reason he would come across their fossils.

This dinosaur fossil hunter is equipped with a geologist’s tool belt containing a geopick (yes, it’s bright blue just like the legendary brand), a brush for delicate dust removal and a small chisel for careful scraping.

The ammonite-rich rock has been etched in charcoal acrylic. The triceratops is made from teal with an icy mint tummy. His tool belt is a sunset orange with a geopick of bright blue and a brush from dusty pink acrylic. All fine details have been etched and carefully hand-painted.

I’m this big
Weight: 18 grams
Width: 87mm (as pictured)
Height: 44mm (as pictured)
Thickness: 12mm without clasp (at thickest point). 19mm with clasp (at thickest point)

Additional information

Weight.1 kg


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