Very large – Very Solid – Very Warm! Unusual brown tones
Size: 45″ X 74″ – $30,000.00
Age: 220 million years
Location of excavation: Arizona
Year of excavation: 2014
Ranch: Molly Quarry – Holbrook – Arizona
Description: A beautiful 220-million-year-old Giant Pine specimen excavated recently from Arizona
– A beautiful 220-million-year-old Giant Pine specimen excavated recently from Arizona
– Unusual specimen with a unique color palette not usually associated with Arizonian petrified wood
– Remarkable specimen that is fracture free and possesses warm browns that bring elegance and charm to any room
An unusual specimen, this petrified wood specimen has been sourced from a region that was biologically diverse within the Permian era. You could easily spend hours admiring its sheer existence as it becomes your connection to a prehistoric world.
Recently excavated in 2014 from Molly Quarry (Holbrook, Arizona) this Arizonian petrified wood specimen is as rare as it is remarkable.
What makes this specimen unusual is that it does not possess the usual hallmarks of an Arizonian specimen. Rather than displays of Arizonian rustic reds, this gorgeous fossilized pine instead showcases a rich color pallet of warm, natural browns
In addition to these unusual colors, the specimen is clear and fracture free, allowing its colors and markings to be the star of the show.
At 45” X 74”, this brown Arizonian specimen would make a spectacular table. Imagine gathering your loved ones around this historic specimen estimated to be 220 million years old, to discover the hidden detail and drama that is locked within this time capsule.