Emerging from Primordial Oooze

 

The “Early Earthy” Look  by Cha

 After I discovered the T-Rex Embryo, gateways to the past were opened… I have been cleaning fossils night and day for two years and have found the most interesting things.  But, what do you do with them?  The very best specimens will go to collectors, the most interesting will go to Scientists and then there are the other things, parts and pieces of embryos, heads and parts of heads like Dinosaur noses with tiny nose plugs, and other things that are still mysteries…  Below is a Sauropod embryo with a footprint under the gold loop.  We can see it’s hips on the right, the long neck curls around and the nose tucks under the leg.  See more details…

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Men, women and kiddos have loved my new look!  It is perfectly casual, and really great for people who love fossils. The first batch of pendants were made with petrified Dinosaur bone with blood and tissue and strung with buckskin.  I don’t grind off the rough edges, they are gnarly and fun! This spring I added gold and silver loops to some.  See them… Embryonic Dinosaur Heads and Embryos.   These are the perfect accessory for the “Tattered Look” in clothing.  Instead of dressing up, you can dress down!  These fossils are 113,000,000 years old and they were laid in America!  These are great gifts for someone special, maybe you!

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    P.S…  I think some Dinosaurs were near the volcano here in Sisters when it blew up. Their bodies were blown to bits and petrified immediately in the absence of oxygen like what happened at Mt. St Helens.  Why?  Because the first thing I found here was a petrified eye ball… then a little Dinosaur foot and small pieces of petrified tissue and bone. Then I found some embryos and more heads!  Apparently some of the other creatures thought they were tissue, ate them, couldn’t digest them and were preserved in their coprolites!  Of course I made those into jewelry, too!  These have been great for kids!

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