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Contents:  Loose (unmounted) gator teeth for sale, all sizes for use in your own jewelry, craft, or clothing projects

LOOSE GATOR TEETH

Genuine, natural gator teeth.  Measured over the curve of the tooth from tip of tooth to top.

This is what 80 pounds of gator teeth looks like, just in!  

(January 21, 2011)

75-pounds.JPG (137080 bytes)

Sizes range from 3/4 to 1-1/4"; 

$12.00/set of 15

 (we have many pounds of these sizes of teeth)



#G370-10


#G370-25
 

#G370-31


#G370-34


#G370-39


#G370-42


#G370-47


#G370-48


#G370-49


#G370-50


#G370-51


#G370-52


#G370-58


#G370-59
 

 

LOOSE GATOR TEETH

Sizes range from 1/2 to 1-1/4"; 

$21.00/set of 30

 (we have many pounds of these sizes of teeth)



#G370-501
   

#G370-511


#G370-512


#G370-513


#G370-514


#G370-515


#G370-516


#G370-517


#G370-518


#G370-519


#G370-520


#G370-521


#G370-522


#G370-523


#G370-524
 

#G370-526
 

 

LOOSE GATOR TEETH

Sets of 6, measured over the curve of the tooth with a flexible tape measure; these are natural gator teeth, perfect for jewelry or on hats.

7/8 " GATOR TEETH  $12/set


#G371-26-6


#G371-26-16
 

#G371-26-28
1 " GATOR TEETH  $16/set


#G371-43-26


#G371-43-29


#G371-43-32


#G371-43-35
1-1/8 " GATOR TEETH  $20/set


#G371-52-3


#G371-52-8


#G371-52-15


#G371-52-17
1-1/4 " GATOR TEETH  $24/set

 

#G371-61-5

 

#G371-61-6
 

#G371-61-7
 


#G371-61-13


#G371-61-14
 

#G371-61-16
1-3/8 " GATOR TEETH  $30/set


#G371-67-5


#G371-67-6
   
1-1/2 " GATOR TEETH  $36/set
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#G371-73-1 

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#G371-73-2

g371-73-3.JPG (158009 bytes)

#G371-73-3

g371-73-4.JPG (158953 bytes)

#G371-73-4

g371-73-5.JPG (158172 bytes)

#G371-73-5

g371-73-6.JPG (158406 bytes)

#G371-73-6

g371-73-7.JPG (159848 bytes)

#G371-73-7

g371-73-8.JPG (155967 bytes)

#G371-73-8

g371-73-9.JPG (160157 bytes)

#G371-73-9

g371-73-10.JPG (159732 bytes)

#G371-73-10

g371-73-11.JPG (156963 bytes)

#G371-73-11

g371-73-12.JPG (156897 bytes)

#G371-73-12

g371-73-13.JPG (153191 bytes)

#G371-73-13

g371-73-14.JPG (155366 bytes)

#G371-73-14

g371-73-15.JPG (157270 bytes)

#G371-73-15

g371-73-16.JPG (158369 bytes)

#G371-73-16

g371-73-17.JPG (157579 bytes)

#G371-73-17

g371-73-18.JPG (158627 bytes)

#G371-73-18

   
1-5/8 " GATOR TEETH  $48/set

#G371-83-1



#G371-83-2


#G371-83-3


#G371-83-5
1-3/4 " GATOR TEETH  $72/set


#G371-94-4


#G371-94-5


#G371-94-6


#G371-94-7

 

Do you really want a silver capped gator tooth pendant that's ready to wear?  

cappedtooth.jpg (152889 bytes)

Then click on this link, scroll down to the #G168 series:

Gators page 1

 

GATOR TEETH 

1-7/8" AND LARGER, INDIVIDUALLY PHOTOGRAPHED

You get exactly what you see in the picture.  There are no cracks.  The holes or "U" cut-outs you see are the natural formations of the teeth; measured over the curve of the tooth with a flexible tape measure.

1-7/8" GATOR TEETH  $18


#G371-201


#G371-206


#G371-207


#G371-209 


#G371-211


#G371-212


#G371-213


#G371-214


#G371-215


#G371-216


#G371-217


#G371-218


#G371-219


#G371-220


#G371-221


#G371-222


#G371-223


#G371-224


#G371-225


#G371-226


#G371-227


#G371-228


#G371-230


#G371-231
2" GATOR TEETH  $24
 g371-307.JPG (163007 bytes)

#G371-307

 

#G371-310
 

#G371-311


#G371-313


#G371-315


#G371-317


#G371-318


#G371-320


#G371-321


#G371-322


#G371-323 


#G371-325


#G371-326


#G371-327


#G371-328


#G371-329


#G371-330  Gouge just above enamel, natural


#G371-331


#G371-332


#G371-333


#G371-334


#G371-335


#G371-336


#G371-337 Minor chip on tip


#G371-338
     
2-1/8" GATOR TEETH  $30
 

#G372-4
g372-7.JPG (153665 bytes)

#G372-7

g372-8.JPG (155805 bytes)

#G372-8



#G372-10
g372-11.JPG (145469 bytes)

#G372-11



#G372-13


#G372-14


#G372-15


#G372-17


#G372-18


#G372-19


#G372-20


#G372-21


#G372-22


#G372-23


#G372-24


#G372-25
   
2-1/4" GATOR TEETH  $35
g372a.JPG (149150 bytes)

#G372-A

g372b.JPG (150261 bytes)

#G372-B

g372c.JPG (147825 bytes)

#G372-C

g372d.JPG (146860 bytes)

#G372-D

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#G372-G

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#G372-I

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#G372-J

g372k.JPG (147026 bytes)

#G372-K

g372r.JPG (148750 bytes)

#G372-R



#G372-100


#G372-101


#G372-102


#G372-103


#G372-104 Minor divot just above enamel, natural


#G372-106


#G372-107 Gouge just below open edge, natural


#G372-108


#G372-109


#G372-110


#G372-111
2-3/8" GATOR TEETH  $40
g373h.JPG (37155 bytes)

#G373-H

g373-1.JPG (148822 bytes)

#G373-1

g373-3.JPG (148704 bytes)

#G373-3

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#G373-4

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#G373-5

g373-6.JPG (149179 bytes)

#G373-6

g373-7.JPG (146721 bytes)

#G373-7

g373-10.JPG (146335 bytes)

#G373-10

  g373-12.JPG (144320 bytes)

#G373-12

g373-13.JPG (149595 bytes)

#G373-13

g373-14.JPG (144878 bytes)

#G373-14

g373-16.JPG (146439 bytes)

#G373-16

g373-17.JPG (147301 bytes)

#G373-17

g373-18.JPG (146413 bytes)

#G373-18



#G373-19


#G373-20


#G373-21


#G373-22


#G373-23


#G373-24 Rough area in enamel, natural


#G373-25


#G373-26


#G373-27


#G373-28


#G373-29 Rough area near tip, natural


#G373-30
 
2-1/2" GATOR TEETH  $44
 g374-6.JPG (147506 bytes)

#G374-6

 g374-11.JPG (145787 bytes)

#G374-11

 

#G374-13


#G374-14


#G374-16


#G374-17


#G374-18 


#G374-19


#G374-20
 

#G374-22


#G374-24


#G374-25


#G374-26


#G374-27


#G374-28


#G374-29


#G374-30


#G374-31


#G374-32


#G374-33


#G374-34 Gouge along tip, natural


#G374-35


#G374-36


#G374-37


#G374-38


#G374-39
2-5/8" GATOR TEETH  $47
g175a.JPG (36702 bytes)

#G-375-A

g175d.JPG (37323 bytes)

#G-375-D

g375-1.JPG (145787 bytes)

#G375-1

g375-2.JPG (152245 bytes)

#G375-2

g375-3.JPG (151266 bytes)

#G375-3

g375-4.JPG (147297 bytes)

#G375-4

g375-6.JPG (148406 bytes)

#G375-6

g375-7.JPG (149467 bytes)

#G375-7

g375-8.JPG (145885 bytes)

#G375-8

g375-9.JPG (142244 bytes)

#G375-9

g375-10.JPG (147554 bytes)

#G375-10

g375-11.JPG (147162 bytes)

#G375-11

g375-12.JPG (160070 bytes)

#G375-12

g375-13.JPG (181762 bytes)

#G375-13

g375-14.JPG (184243 bytes)

#G375-14

g375-16.JPG (158855 bytes)

#G375-16



#G375-17


#G375-18


#G375-19


#G375-20


#G375-21


#G375-22


#G375-23


#G375-24


#G375-25 Brown strip inside curve, natural


#G375-26


#G375-27


#G375-28
2-3/4" GATOR TEETH  $50
g376c.JPG (143358 bytes)

#G375-51

#G375-55

g375-56.JPG (161380 bytes)

#G375-56

g375-62.JPG (157053 bytes)

#G375-62

g375-65.JPG (157767 bytes)

#G375-65

g375-67.JPG (159277 bytes)

#G375-67

g375-69.JPG (160926 bytes)

#G375-69

g376f.JPG (144577 bytes)

#G375-73



#G375-74


#G375-75


#G375-76


#G375-77


#G375-78


#G375-79


#G375-80


#G375-81


#G375-82 Minor nick just above enamel line, natural


#G375-83


#G375-84


#G375-85
2-7/8" GATOR TEETH  $53
g376-1.JPG (147220 bytes)

#G376-1

g376-2.JPG (149249 bytes)

#G376-2

g376-3.JPG (150099 bytes)

#G376-3

g376-4.JPG (146925 bytes)

#G376-4

g376-5.JPG (150243 bytes)

#G376-5

g376-6.JPG (145502 bytes)

#G376-6

g376-7.JPG (150825 bytes)

#G376-7

g376-8.JPG (141975 bytes)

#G376-8

g376-9.JPG (148331 bytes)

#G376-9

g376-11.JPG (182677 bytes)

#G376-11

g376-18.JPG (155154 bytes)

#G376-18

g376-20.JPG (157338 bytes)

#G376-20



#G376-21


#G376-22 Rough tip, natural


#G376-23


#G376-24


#G376-25


#G376-26 Rough near tip, natural


#G376-27


#G376-28


#G376-29


#G376-30 Nicked tip, natural


#G376-31


#G376-32
3" GATOR TEETH  $62
 g376-42.JPG (134960 bytes)

#G376-42

 g376-48.JPG (157455 bytes)

#G376-48

 g376-49.JPG (158923 bytes)

#G376-49

 g376-52.JPG (159448 bytes)

#G376-52

 g376-57.JPG (161416 bytes)

#G376-57



#G376-60


#G376-61 



#G376-63


#G376-64


#G376-65


#G376-66


#G376-67 Rough spots, natural


#G376-68


#G376-69 Rough patch on tip, natural


#G376-70


#G376-71 Nicked tip, natural


#G376-72


#G376-73


#G376-74


#G376-75


#G376-76
   
3-1/16" GATOR TEETH  $65
g376-80.JPG (182926 bytes)

#G376-80

g376-82.JPG (155409 bytes)

#G376-82

g376-83.JPG (182508 bytes)

#G376-83

g376-84.JPG (178716 bytes)

#G376-84



#G376-85


#G376-86
g376-87.JPG (154316 bytes)

#G376-87

g376-88.JPG (153889 bytes)

#G376-88



#G376-89


#G376-90


#G376-91


#G376-92 Brown ridge above enamel, natural


#G376-93


#G376-94


#G376-95


#G376-96


#G376-97 Rough spots in enamel, natural


#G376-98
   
3-1/8" GATOR TEETH  $68
g376-100.JPG (147577 bytes)

#G376-100

g376-101.JPG (149968 bytes)

#G376-101

g376-102.JPG (148404 bytes)

#G376-102

g376-103.JPG (146077 bytes)

#G376-103

g376-104.JPG (147926 bytes)

#G376-104

g376-105.JPG (145625 bytes)

#G376-105

g376-106.JPG (147006 bytes)

#G376-106

g376-112.JPG (156346 bytes)

#G376-112

g376-113.JPG (156668 bytes)

#G376-113

g376-114.JPG (181670 bytes)

#G376-114

g376-115.JPG (155467 bytes)

#G376-115

g376-116.JPG (158631 bytes)

#G376-116

g376-117.JPG (158454 bytes)

#G376-117

g376-118.JPG (159427 bytes)

#G376-118  Wicked looking tooth

g376-119.JPG (155362 bytes)

#G376-119

g376-120.JPG (155096 bytes)

#G376-120

g376-121.JPG (153974 bytes)

#G376-121

g376-123.JPG (155266 bytes)

#G376-123

g376-124.JPG (153128 bytes)

#G376-124

g376-125.JPG (153934 bytes)

#G376-125

g376-127.JPG (158351 bytes)

#G376-127

g376-129.JPG (159338 bytes)

#G376-129

g376-130.JPG (161250 bytes)

#G376-130

g376-131.JPG (156156 bytes)

#G376-131

g376-132.JPG (161000 bytes)

#G376-132

g376-134.JPG (157135 bytes)

#G376-134

g376-135.JPG (159706 bytes)

#G376-135

g376-136.JPG (155416 bytes)

#G376-136



#G376-137


#G376-138


#G376-139


#G376-140


#G376-141 Rough near tip, natural
 

#G376-142 Gouge near tip, natural


#G376-143


#G376-144


#G376-145


#G376-146


#G376-147


#G376-148
3-1/4" GATOR TEETH  $72
g376-150.JPG (147681 bytes)

#G376-150

g376-151.JPG (150924 bytes)

#G376-151

g376-152.JPG (149327 bytes)

#G376-152

 
g376-154.JPG (149706 bytes)

#G376-154

g376-155.JPG (148033 bytes)

#G376-155

g376-156.JPG (148953 bytes)

#G376-156

g376-157.JPG (149316 bytes)

#G376-157

g376-160.JPG (179522 bytes)

#G376-160

g376-162.JPG (179968 bytes)

#G376-162

g376-163.JPG (158531 bytes)

#G376-163

g376-164.JPG (181692 bytes)

#G376-164

g376-165.JPG (161770 bytes)

#G376-165

g376-167.JPG (179731 bytes)

#G376-167

g376-168.JPG (181866 bytes)

#G376-168

g376-169.JPG (152912 bytes)

#G376-169

 

#G376-171 Minor gouge above enamel line, natural


#G376-172


#G376-173


#G376-174


#G376-175


#G376-176 Blunt tip


#G376-177


#G376-178


#G376-179


#G376-180


#G376-181
3-3/8" GATOR TEETH  $78
g376-80a.JPG (147936 bytes) g376-80b.JPG (135688 bytes)

#G376-190

g376-191.JPG (162597 bytes)

#G376-191

g376-198.JPG (169430 bytes)

#G376-198

g376-199.JPG (171221 bytes)

#G376-199

g376-200.JPG (168194 bytes)

#G376-200

g376-201.JPG (169736 bytes)

#G376-201



#G376-202


#G376-203


#G376-204


#G376-205


#G376-206


#G376-207


#G376-208 Brown ridge just above enamel, natural


#G376-209


#G376-210 Rough tip, natural


#G376-211


#G376-212 Rough patch in enamel, natural


#G376-213
   
3-1/2" GATOR TEETH  $85
g376-215.JPG (154892 bytes)

#G376-215

g376-216.JPG (167800 bytes)

#G376-216

g376-219.JPG (167751 bytes)

#G376-219

g376-222.JPG (169920 bytes)

#G376-222

g376-223.JPG (170279 bytes)

#G376-223



#G376-224


#G376-225


#G376-226


#G376-227


#G376-228 Blunt tip


#G376-229 Blunt tip


#G376-230 Gouge on tip


#G376-231


#G376-232 Blunt tip


#G376-233


#G376-234


#G376-235
     
3-5/8" GATOR TEETH

$88

g376-241.JPG (152696 bytes)

#G376-241

g376-242.JPG (161893 bytes)

#G376-242



#G376-243 Minor gouge just above enamel


#G376-244


#G376-245
g376-246.JPG (162696 bytes)

#G376-246

g376-247.JPG (163149 bytes)

#G376-247

g376-248.JPG (164982 bytes)

#G376-248



#G376-249


#G376-250


#G376-251


#G376-252


#G376-253


#G376-254


#G376-255 Minor gouge near enamel


#G376-256 Minor gouges in enamel


#G376-257
     
3-3/4" GATOR TEETH  

Teeth have age cracks

$92 unless marked

g376-1a.JPG (150021 bytes) g376-1b.JPG (156396 bytes) g376-1c.JPG (157935 bytes) g376-1d.JPG (153467 bytes) g376-1e.JPG (147444 bytes)

#G376-260 

g376-261.JPG (164444 bytes)

#G376-261



#G376-262


#G376-263 Nick on tip


#G376-264


#G376-265 Gouge in enamel
g376-266.JPG (169234 bytes)

#G376-266

g376-267.JPG (167527 bytes)

#G376-267

g376-268.JPG (175429 bytes)

#G376-268



#G376-269


#G376-270 Rough areas in enamel


#G376-271


#G376-272


#G376-273


#G376-274


#G376-275


#G376-276
3-7/8" GATOR TEETH

Perfect teeth  

$110



#G376-278


#G376-279 Rough patch on tip


#G376-280


#G376-281


#G376-282


#G376-283


#G376-284
g376-285.JPG (169957 bytes)

#G376-285

g376-286.JPG (170805 bytes)

#G376-286

g376-287.JPG (173935 bytes)

#G376-287



#G376-288


#G376-289
4" GATOR TEETH  

Perfect teeth  

$135

#G376-291

4-1/16" GATOR TEETH  

$145

g376-310a.JPG (165538 bytes) g376-310b.JPG (169272 bytes)

#G376-300  SOLD

4-1/8" GATOR TEETH  

$155

   

#G376-325

4-1/4" GATOR TEETH  

Teeth have age cracks

$165

g376-30a.JPG (158366 bytes) g376-30b.JPG (153089 bytes) g376-30c.JPG (149662 bytes) g376-30d.JPG (152345 bytes) g376-30e.JPG (150999 bytes)

#G376-328  SOLD

4-3/8" GATOR TEETH  

Perfect teeth  

$175

g376-330.JPG (156951 bytes)

#G376-330   SOLD

4-3/4" GATOR TEETH  

Perfect teeth  

$190

g376-361a.JPG (169045 bytes) g376-361b.JPG (169189 bytes)

#G376-361 Age crack  SOLD

 

Gator necklace ideas

gatornecklacephotolink.jpg (148950 bytes)

Gators Necklaces page 1 - starts with #G-150

 

HERE'S A PHOTO OF OUR BIN OF SIXTY POUNDS OF GATOR TEETH

mvc-286s.jpg (73553 bytes)

Go to our WHOLESALE page for business pricing by the pound at this link:

Wholesale

 

If you think some of the crocodiles living today are big, you should have seen some of their ancestors!  The biggest living crocodilian is the saltwater crocodile, almost 28 feet long.  But 70 million years ago, there was a crocodile that was FIFTY FEET LONG, named Phobosuchus, which means "terrible crocodile".  His HEAD was six feet long, and it had TEETH four inches long!  Here's a comparison:

Fossil croc head.jpg (38107 bytes)

 

GATOR SWIMMING WITH DEER IN MOUTH

These photographs were taken in south Georgia (near the Georgia/South Carolina border) by a USFWS officer in March 2004:

The photographs of this deer-eating alligator were taken from the air by Terri Jenkins, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service District Fire Management Officer. She was preparing to ignite a prescribed fire at Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, about 40 miles south of Savannah, Georgia, on March 4, 2004.

"One advantage of fire work is you get to see that 12-14 footers are common from Santee National Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina to Coastal South Carolina to Georgiaís coast," said Jenkins. "It looks like the alligator population is doing extremely well."

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THE ULTIMATE 

GATORS FAN 

WEDDING CAKE!

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The craziest sports-related wedding cake any human has ever created- itís the Gator Cake, a piece of art from Elizabeth Forkey, the owner of EB Cakes in Toccoa, Georgia.

Everything you see in that picture is edible. The gator, its scales, the eyeballs. All of it.

An explanation of the building process from Ms. Forkey:

"I designed it and my husband helped me make the supports inside. Really the only supports are two pipes (one for each jaw) screwed into the bottom board. The head is rice crispy treat and the body and tail are Chocolate Almond Pound Cake. The little field on top has the Groomís favorite Florida players and himself and his bride in Jerseys. This cake was pee your pants fun."

 

 
This crocodile was on the beach in front of the Petroleum Club, Plage

Sportive, Nigeria (Africa)...In Pointe Noire. 21 FT long, 4,500 lbs, around 80 years old minimum. They say these croc was so old and slow it couldn't catch nothing to eat but people. This is the reason they had to kill it. Shell Oil is building a refinery down there and the croc had to go.

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What a shame it couldn't have been transported to a zoo with a natural habitat so we could all appreciate it alive.

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