Orthoceras Fossil Dish Round



These are polished Orthoceras dishes without a lip. Orthoceras is an extinct nautiloid cephalopod from the Middle Ordovician age. Its fossilization typically occurs in marine rock, predominantly limestone. Its color is determined by the ground water minerals during diagenesis.

These dishes measure approximately 6 by 5 inches and are 0.75 inches deep.

Why We Love This:
These Orthoceras dishes are perfect for catching small items or keys in your entryway or at the office!