Ecdysis Cuff Bracelet

Trilobites are an extinct marine arthropod that lived from about 521 million to 252 million years ago, making them one of the most successful animals ever to live on Earth. There were over 17,000 different species and their fossils are found in ancient seabeds worldwide. Trilobites grew by passing through several moulting (Ecdysis) stages, where they would shed their exoskeleton and grow a new larger one. 
  • brass casts of tiny Elrathia kingii trilobite fossils from the Wheeler Shale in Utah, measuring 5/16" long
  • hand forged sterling silver cuff
  • available in 3 sizes; 5.5", 6", and 6.5" 
  • great for stacking, but quite cute on it's own as well!
As brass reacts with oxygen it will begin to tarnish. On some people, that tarnish can stain the skin leaving a temporary greenish discoloration. Keeping your jewelry clean and dry will reduce the amount of oxidation/discoloration.

Type: Bracelets

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