"Cauliflower" fossil agate coral adorned with natural-forming baroque pearls and shells.

Fossil agate coral is Florida's state stone and is known for its unique formation that can take place over 20 million years. It's a natural gemstone that is created when prehistoric coral is gradually replaced with agate. This is a complete piece of fossil coral head that came out of the river bed in-tact. It is rare and unusual to find a complete head this size. The name "cauliflower" agate coral comes from its color and shape that resembles a cauliflower.

The piece of fossil agate coral is adorned with natural-forming baroque pearls and shells inside the piece. This particular piece of agate coral is exceptional large and could be museum-quality.

The fossil agate coral and natural specimens are put together in a sculptural organic form - creating a piece that appears to have evolved together over time. Interpreting the past to create a piece entirely original, evolving in its own right.

Size: 19" wide x 14" deep x 11.5" high