Explosion Of Color! Maybe The Nicest Piece This Size We Have Ever Had – Collector Specimen
Size: 38″ X 47″ – $22,000.00
Age: 220 million years
Location of excavation: Arizona
Year of excavation: 2005
Pine / Araucarioxylon
This Arizonian round board showcases all the colors found in an artist’s pallet! An excellent size, the 220-million-year-old fossilized pine is possibly the nicest piece we have had the pleasure to offer, making it a true collector’s item.
The round petrified wood board has been expertly cut and polished from an extinct pine tree (Araucarioxylon) that was excavated from Paulsell Ranch in Arizona in 2005. An exciting find, the 220-million-year-old tree’s biological matter was remarkably preserved for millions of years, resulting in this colorful piece of natural art.
Measuring in at a sizable diameter of 38 inches by 47 inches, the round board is sure to make a statement in any space. It is a true standout in any collection, it would be at home within a prestigious museum or even a passionate collector’s home. Don’t miss your chance to own this incredible piece of natural history.
This large and round petrified wood board is unlike any other, with a beautiful abstract pattern of classic Arizonian reds, glossy grays, cloudy whites, and sunset yellows. The colors circle the clear heart center and expand outward to the outer rings as if perfectly painted by an abstract artist. The existence of these colors indicates the presence of iron, manganese, silicon dioxide and other iron-bearing minerals. The vibrancy and arrangement of colors are what make this round petrified wood board so captivating and mesmerizing.