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  1. 1.41 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Silver Pendant from California
    $115.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar Pendant : 1.41 X 1.30 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm The fossil sand dollar was set in sterling silver by local Central California Coast artist, Karin Gray. Pendant will come with an 18 inch sterling silver snake chain to match the silver setting. A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California! Learn More
  2. 1.44 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Silver Pendant from California
    $105.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar Pendant : 1.44 X 1.36 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm The fossil sand dollar was set in sterling silver by local Central California Coast artist, Karin Gray. Pendant will come with an 18 inch sterling silver snake chain to match the silver setting. A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California! Learn More
  3. 1.45 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Silver Pendant from California Inlaid with Turquoise and Copper
    $125.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar Pendant : 1.45 X 1.4 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm For this one of a kind specimen, I inlaid Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and Copper to create the piece you see here. The fossil was set in sterling silver by local Central California Coast artist, Karin Gray. Pendant will come with an 18 inch sterling silver snake chain to match the silver setting. A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California! Learn More
  4. 2.2 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $40.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.2 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  5. 2.09 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.09 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  6. 2.05 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.05 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  7. 1.93 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 1.93 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  8. 2.02 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.02 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  9. 1.98 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 1.98 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  10. 1.98 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Dendraster gibbsii - California
    $0.00
    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 1.98 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More

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