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Fossil Fish Triptych 2005abc
Fossil Fish Triptych 2005abc
panel 1: two Knightia eocaena, two Diplomystus dentatus, one Cockerellites liops
panel 2: four Knightia eocaena, one Priscacara serrata, one Notogoneus osculus
panel 3: four Cockerellites liops, one Phareodus testis
Diplomystus dentatus
Phareodus testis
angled view
example of the reverse side of a triptych mural

This exquisite fossil triptych features two Diplomystus dentatus, one Notogoneus osculus, a Phareodus testis, a Priscacara serrata, five Cockerellites liops (formerly known as Priscacara), and six Knightia eocaena. These fish are all Eocene era fossils dating back about 50 million years. The ancient fish are forever preserved in a sculptural matrix of fossil-bearing limestone. This fossil stone was excavated from the 2nd Priscy Layer in our private fossil quarry; the exquisite texture and subtle yet color of the stone offer an elegant contrast to the natural specimens. 

The triptych is finished with beveled edges and is backed in wood with a built-in French cleat. This mural ships in a custom-made wood crate, fully insured against loss or damage. It arrives ready for immediate installation.


We would be glad to provide you with a shipping quote or to create renderings of this mural installed in your space. The members of our sales team are fossil experts with decades of experience and they will be able to answer any questions you have, so please feel free to inquire at the link above or to call us for additional information.