We are happy to announce that we are now selling Ammonite splits that you can wear anytime, anywhere! Each of our Ammonite splits are all unique to their own - distinct chambering patterns, outer shell colour, iridescence, and suture patterns! They also come in varying chains from handcrafted wooden beads, cords, and varying silver chains. Come to our shop and make sure to get one of these unique products!
We are now offering loose gemstones in our store and as well as on our web store. You will find very high end quality Ammolite gem with unique patterns and colors. If you come to the store in Canmore you can ask to attached a bail with no extra charge for the work. The price of the bail may vary depending if it is gold or silver. It is possible to attached the gemstone to something else like a Fedora, a blazer, etc but we are not provide it in store.
For summer 2018 the Ammonite-Factory is offering a new top quality Ammolite jewelry collection.
With our lasercut jewelry design we have our famous unique ammonite shape setting in 14kt gold and in sterling silver with some of the best gemstones in them. There is also the iconic Three Sisters setting in reference to the mountain The Three Sisters in Canmore where the Ammonite-Factory is actually situated. This new high-end Ammolite collection will definitely impress you with the quality and the unique color patterns of each pieces.
Come have a look of our new amazing finds in the store on our web store. Some of them have Ammolite gem quality on both sides of the fossil. It is truly interesting to see how pretty those natural colors can be. The iridescence effect from this gemstone is unique and no one is able to replicate it in labs so far.
New sample results from the new legal commercial ammolite mine may dispute the existing theory of the "Blue Zone".
Owner Richard Morgan of the Ammonite Factory with thirty years of experience in ammolite manufacturing has stated that; "In my experience I have noticed that in various regions of Alberta the "Blue Zone" is not isolated to a specific location as previously thought."
Geologist Alison Hepburn P.Geol. confirms that it is possible that the "Blue Zone" in the Bearpaw Formation might be more aerially extensive than previously mapped in Alberta.