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Fossil Palm

50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm Frond Mural in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
This mural features a beautiful fossilized palm frond from the Eocene era, dating back about 50 million years. Fragile plant life often produces some of the most aesthetic Green Rive...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

Large Palm Frond Fossil Wall Art, United States. 55 Million Years Old
Located in London, GB
About Dale Rogers Since 1986 Dale has been sourcing the most unique fossils and minerals from around the world and through his company has been supplying leading interior designers ...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier American Collectibles and Curiosities

Materials

Limestone

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50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm & Fossil Fish in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
An impressive palm specimen, an Eocene era fossil dating back about 50 million years, is beautifully juxtaposed with a fossil Phareodus testis. This very large example of this ancien...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm Frond in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
This is an exquisite piece of natural history which works beautifully with design styles ranging from traditional to modern; it features five Eocene era fossils dating back about 50 ...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm Frond Pair in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
Here is an incredibly impressive piece of natural history. This diptych mural features two halves of a gorgeously preserved palm frond. This is an Eocene era fossil dating back about...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm Frond Mural in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
This mural features a beautiful fossilized palm frond which is an Eocene era fossil dating back about 50 million years. Plant life often produces some of the most aesthetic Green Riv...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

50 Million Year Old Eocene Era Fossil Palm Frond Mural in Stone, from Wyoming
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Logan, UT
A unique and statement making piece of natural history, this mural features a giant fossilized palm frond. It is an Eocene era fossil dating back about 50 million years. Plant life o...
Category

2010s American Decorative Art

Materials

Limestone

Large Palm, Frond Stone Fossil Wall Art Sculpture
By Green River Stone Company
Located in Wiscasset, ME
A delicate palm frond, evidence of the tropical environment that once existed in the high plains desert of southwest Wyoming. Authentic fossil palm frond from the Green River Ston...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier American Wall-mounted Sculptures

Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era
Located in London, GB
Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era. Not only the age, but the sheer size and level of detail preserved makes this palm frond one of the most impressive in our collec...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier American Nautical Objects

  • Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era
  • Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era
  • Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era
  • Giant Palm Frond Fossil, United States. Eocene Era
H 92.92 in. W 55.91 in. L 92.92 in.

Fossil Palm For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal fossil palm for your home. Each fossil palm for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using limestone, stone and organic material. If you’re shopping for a fossil palm, we have 3 options in-stock, while there are 8 modern editions to choose from as well. Your living room may not be complete without a fossil palm — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century.

How Much is a Fossil Palm?

Prices for a fossil palm start at $26,000 and top out at $225,000 with the average selling for $133,391.

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