Last night, we attended the 2009, 20th Anniversary do.
The artist who had made the ammonite pendant had two more necklaces on the tables. one with a geode pendant, very nice, and one with a rusty brown polished stone. But then I saw the fossil I needed for this year.
It was a simple pendant stone with a silver ring and no chain, but something about it called to me, so I wrote the opening bid on the sheet. The Engineer wrote the fifth and final bid, and the fossil was mine. I can hardly wait to wear it.
What kind of fossil is it, you might ask?
A coprolite, cut and polished and ready to shine.
Just wish I knew what kind of a critter had produced it.