Lots Of Colors, Large Obvious Knots

Size: 29” X 57” – $12,000.00

Age: 220 million years
Year of excavation: 2016
Ranch: Paulsell
Shape: Board

Specie: Pine / Araucarioxylon

This one-of-a-kind piece of ancient history is made of extinct Pine (Araucarioxylon) and boasts an exquisite display of colors, knots and stunning patterns that will take your breath away. A large specimen, which measures 29 inches by 57 inches, commands attention and admiration.

This impressive, petrified wood board was excavated from Paulsell Ranch in Arizona in 2016 and is believed to be 220 million years old, originating from a prehistoric era. An exceptional discovery, the fossilized tree had been perfectly preserved creating this ancient gift from nature.

Add this exceptional petrified wooden board to your collection and be prepared for endless compliments from admirers. Measuring 29 inches by 57 inches, it can be displayed as a large statement wall piece in a home or museum or transformed into a functional and striking table. Either way, this extraordinary piece is sure to become a cherished item in your collection for years to come.

A robust and rugged piece, the board showcases a gorgeous display of classic Arizonian colors. Featuring warm and rustic reds, soft browns, and shimmers of gold, the colors were formed when the biological matter of the tree was fossilized into minerals. The red colors represent iron oxide, while the browns and yellows are derived from minerals such as manganese, sulfur, and carbon. The large knots in this petrified wooden board create interest and showcase the natural inner workings of the Araucarioxylon pine, an extinct species that once flourished in prehistoric times.

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