English Flint Nodule Specimens hand collected from the base of white cliffs of Southern England. The South of England’s coastline features "shingle" beaches which are made of accumulations of rounded, black Cretaceous flint that occurs as horizontal layers in the chalk cliffs. After flint nodules drop into the sea from the eroding cliffs, they are beaten into the material that forms these beaches. These specimens with distinctive white cortex are example of the nodules as they first enter the water.
- Sold individually
- Approx. 5 to 6½ inches long
- 16.8 to 19.4 ounces
- Natural, irregular shapes
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