Palmoxylon and Gold Faux Perfume Flask

An early 19th-century 18-carat rosé gold and palmoxylon – or petrified palmwood – ‘faux’ perfume flask with stopper on a fine woven chain, France, circa 1810. This unusual fossil was formed between the Cretaceous and the Miocene periods (app. 84.9 to 11.6 million years ago).

weight: 5.7 grams
length: 5.5 x 2.4 cm


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