Wandering through the Earth galleries at the Natural History Museum a few years ago, I came upon this splendid marble table. The intricate inlay work highlights a range of mid-Paleozoic fossils: cephalopods, corals, algae, and stromatoporoid sponges, enclosed in variously coloured veined and brecciated limestones.
Although I took many photos of the table (far more than shown here), I foolishly did not look to see if there was any signage explaining it, and I have not been able to find any proper explanation online. The most I can glean is that the table may have been made relatively recently, and that the limestones may all be from the Devonian of south Devon.
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