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Page 1 (you are on page 1, just scroll down past the Table of Contents to view this page): 

White (modern) Tiger shark, hammerhead, Lemon shark, Oceanic white tip,  Dusky shark, Six-Gill Bluntnose Cowshark tooth necklaces, Six-gill shark teeth, sets of Modern shark teeth, Sand tiger shark teeth,  Bramble Shark teeth, Goblin shark teeth

(Click on any other page links below):

Page 2 LARGE Megalodon tooth shards, Megalodon & fossil great white shark tooth necklaces, Collector Megalodon teeth; Pathologic deformed Megalodon teeth

Page 3  Fossil ID cards, posters, books; necklace choices; Fossil Thresher shark teeth; Fossil Salmon shark teeth; Bone Valley Phosphate fossil shark teeth: Bull, Lemon, Dusky, Sand, and Hemipristis; Fossil Togo Shark teeth: Sand tiger, Extinct tiger, Extinct Early Mako, and Extinct Mackerel; Bull, Hemipristis, lemon, tiger, sand, dusky, mackerel & goblin necklaces

Page 4 Great white shark teeth (2-3/4" down to 1-3/16"; #S-400-1 through #S-415-44); Solid 14k gold great white shark tooth pendants

Page 5 Great white shark teeth (1-1/8" and smaller; #S-416-1 through #S-S450-31), RARE- Juvenile Great white sharks teeth (5/8" to 5/16"); Silver capped Fossil Great White shark tooth pendants; Fossil great white shark teeth (South Carolina); Agatized great white shark tooth necklaces - Peru; Rodney Fox autographed book; Rodney Fox posters,  Great white shark Jaws sold, Great White Head mount sold, Great white shark PHOTO GALLERY

Page 6  Fossil Mako shark tooth shard pieces, collector Makos in display boxes, COLLECTORS teeth, silver capped Mako shark tooth pendants, necklaces and COLLECTOR quality Mako teeth

Page 7  Modern Mako shark teeth:  Scrimshaw Modern Mako pendants, Modern Mako shark teeth and necklaces (S-700 to S-768)

Page 8  Port Jackson egg casing and skin, Sawshark bill, All Shark tooth EARRINGS, Shark skin, shark tooth rings, Shark head magnets, embryos in bottles, shark tooth in bottle, shark vertebrae, Pathological shark verts, full Blacktip shark back vertebrae, Shark Zoo book

Page 9  Modern Galapagos shark teeth, Bull shark teeth, Greenland shark teeth; Shark Jaws page MOVED to its own category here:  SHARK JAWS

Now on page 9: Scientist grade mini pocket microscopes

Page 10  Rare Paleocarcharodon Orientalis (Grandfather of Megalodon), and Auriculatus fossil shark tooth necklaces & Collector Auriculatus (Father of the Megalodon); Kazakhstan shark teeth

Page 11  Article "How to Reduce your Risk of Shark Attack"

Page 12  Article "History of the Megalodon"

Page 13  Micro mount Fossils: Pharyngeal fish teeth, corals, Shark cartilage, Ray Dermal Denticles, Bone fish teeth, Stingray oral teeth (male & female), Ganopristine Sawfish Batoid Oral teeth, Nurse Shark teeth, Cod Otoliths, other Ray teeth, Whale Shark teeth, Devil ray teeth, Cat Shark teeth, Skate tooth, Hybodont Shark Tooth

Page 14  Wholesale shark page

Page 15  Private museum Shark collection of Dr. Gordon Hubbell

Page 16  Virtual tour of a private shark & fossil museum of George Powell 

 Page 17 Fossil Squalicorax teeth


(is the above photo real or not? .. don't let your shark fears get the best of you.  It's photo enhancing at its best.  American Air National Guard helicopter on a training mission near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, superimposed with a photo of a great white in the waters near South Africa)


The Legend of the Shark Tooth

 According to the natives in the south Pacific, when the seas poured from the heavens, the God Ohav-Lai (God of the seas) was challenged by the man-eating shark for supremacy of the seas.  After a day-long battle in the depths of the Pacific, Ohav-Lai rose from the sea wearing a large shark tooth.  From this day, the natives of the Pacific believe the tooth of a man-eating shark will bring the owner a long and prosperous life, free from any evil, especially that of the sea.  Native divers will not enter the water without a shark's tooth as their companion.



All shark jaws & teeth are obtained from the legal fishing industry in the Philippines and off the coast of India in the Indian Ocean.   These sharks are caught for their hides & meat.  The jaws & teeth are sold as a collectible to recycle 100% of the shark.

We do not support sport fishing, illegal taking of sharks, we don't even eat in restaurants that serve Shark Fin soup due to the cruel and wasteful nature of shark finning.  We do not catch sharks ourselves.



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 20" SUEDE necklace - specify black, blue, tan, pink or purple.  

Or specify length of BLACK only, as we make these and keep uncut stock of black only; no cost difference.  Note: this suede is too thick for any beads we have so no beads can be added.  $6.00 each (but free with necklace purchase)


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20" BLACK COTTON CORD necklace with silver tone bead accents, or gold brass bead accents.  Please specify gold or silver.  This is a pre-made necklace so it cannot be lengthened or shortened, or beads added or taken off.   $8.00 each (or $2 upgrade from suede with necklace purchase)

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SIX choices of CHAIN necklaces (#1 through 6, left to right).  

#1 is gold tone shot ball chain ($8.00), 

#2 is silver tone shot ball chain ($8.00), 

#3 is gold tone anodized aluminum chain-medium ($12.00),  

#4 is black/silver tone anodized aluminum chain-medium ($12.00), 

#5 is gold tone anodized aluminum chain-medium ($14.00), 

#6 is black/silver anodized aluminum black-wide ($14.00)



1.  Choose a bead necklace style below, 

2.  Specify the LENGTH you want in full inches (20" is standard size shown), 

3.  GOLD or SILVER wire for your sharks tooth determines a gold or silver closure too.  

Add the price below to the price of the tooth.

1.  Black onyx and turquoise  


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2.  Amethyst and white bone  


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3.  Jade and white bone  


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4.  Medium Rice hematite and hematite bottom bead  


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5.  Large Rice Hematite and green fluorite bottom bead  


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6.  Amethyst and Large Rice Hematite  


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7.  Rare New Zealand blue coral and Medium Rice Hematite  


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8.  Turquoise and white bone  


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9.  Large Rice Hematite, Hematite bottom bead 


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10.  Jade and rondell white bone, fluorite bottom bead  


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11.  Small Rice hematite  


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12.  Cylinder and round Hematite  


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13.  Faceted Cylinder Hematite  


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14.  Cylinder Hematite  


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15.  Jade and Medium Rice Hematite  


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16.  Rondell Hematite  


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17.  Round Hematite  


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18.  Cylinder and rice turquoise, cylinder hematite  


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19.  Turquoise & Medium Rice Hematite  


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20.  Black Onyx cylinder & rice shaped  


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21.  Red Sponge Coral and rondell Hematite  


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22.  Black onyx & white bone round bead  


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23.  Tigereye and off-white bone  


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24.  Rondell bone beads (brown & off-white)  


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25.  Rondell bone beads (off-white & brown)  


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26.  Rondell bone beads (white & brown)  


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27.  Rondell bone beads (brown & off-white)  


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28.  Brown rondell bone beads, textured off-white oval bone beads  


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29.  Comma design oval bone beads, round brass beads


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30.  All dark brown rondell bone beads


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31.  Dot design oval bone beads, brass round beads


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32.  Stripe design oval bone and round white bone beads


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33.  Dark brown rondell bone, cutout brown bone beads, 2 off-white round bone beads


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34.  Black & white bone beads, silver clasp


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35.  Black & white bone bead, gold closure


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36.  White round bone bead


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37.  Off-white round bone bead


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38. All Dark brown rondell bone beads


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39. Chinese turquoise round, and black onyx rice shaped beads


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40.  Black onyx tube and round beads


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41. Antique White and brown bone rondell beads


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42.  Large rice hematite and green jade beads


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43.  Striped barrel bone beads with gold pumpkin spacer beads


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44.  Black snake design on white bone cylinder beads, and gold pumpkin spacer beads


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45.  6x12 mm oblong comma bone beads, textured brass spacer beads, gold barrel twist closure


46.  6 mm rondell bone, 6x8 mm rice black onyx beads, black onyx dogbone bead, gold barrel twist closure


47.  8 mm rondel bone beads, 8x12 mm large black onyx rice beads, black onyx dogbone bead; gold barrel twist closure


48.  6x9 mm large rice hematite beads, hematite dogbone bead, gold barrel twist closure


49.   8 mm round rare New Zealand blue coral beads and 7x3 mm white cow bone rondell beads, black onyx dogbone bead, gold barrel twist closure


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We can wire your tooth as a pendant, if it is not already wired otherwise or as a necklace already, as follows:

Sterling silver wire: $6

Gold filled wire: $8

and the pendant then includes a 20" black suede necklace free of charge



The tiger shark has wide, short teeth.  One side is deeply notched, with serrations on the inside of the notch, teeth up to 1-1/2" long.  

The tiger shark grows to 18 feet and 2000 pounds.  It is named for the striped markings like a tiger, and is the most aggressive shark in tropical waters.  Flattened head, stout body, powerful but leisurely swimmer, it is the second only to the great white shark in attacks on humans.

 (see Sharks page 7 for matching earrings!)

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GREAT old photo of a 13 foot 


Don't stand at the wrong end!

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Above is a postcard photo of a 20 foot, 1780 pound tiger shark caught off Cherry Grove Pier north of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on June 14, 1964 by Walter Maxwell of Charlotte NC, the largest ever to be caught, and holds the Guinness Book of World Records

3/4" long

$12 each

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15/16" long  $15


unless otherwise specified

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1" long  $16

unless otherwise specified

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On 20" antique bone & gold brass bead, with reddish bone center  $28

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1-1/16" long  $18



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1-1/8" long  $22 unless marked
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Gold wired, on 20" black onyx round 9 mm and
cylinder 13x6 mm bead necklace; gold barrel twist closure

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1-3/16" long  $26
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1-1/4" long  $30 unless marked
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Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 


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Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 



Gold wired, on 20" rice black onyx 8x6 mm and turquoise 8x6 mm beads, gold barrel twist closure



Gold wired, on 20" small hematite cylinder 6x4 mm and large turquoise 12x8 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure

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Gold wired, on 19" black bone and gold tone ball bead necklace

$46  SOLD

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Silver wired, on 19" black bone and silver tone ball bead necklace 


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 Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 


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Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 


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Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 


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 Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace 


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Gold wired, on 19" brown bone bead necklace 


Gold wired, on 20" round white cow bone 7 mm and round green jade 8 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure

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#S-5-17  Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace  $46

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#S-5-18  Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace  $48

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#S-5-22  Gold wired, on 19" black hematite bead necklace  $48

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#S-5-23  Gold wired, on 19" brown bone bead necklace  $46


 Gold wired, over glass dogbone bead, on 20" brown rondell cow bone 6 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure



 Gold wired, over glass dogbone bead, on 20" brown rondell cow bone 6 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure



 Gold wired, over glass dogbone bead, on 20" brown rondell cow bone 6 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure









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1-5/16" long  $32
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1-3/8" long  $48 unless marked


Gold wired, on 20" rice black onyx 8x6 mm and turquoise 8x6 mm bead necklace, gold barrel twist closure



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#S-6-D   Gold wired, on 18" white bone and turquoise bead necklace (4 turquoise each side)   $64  SOLD

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#S-6-G  Gold wired, on 19" brown bone bead necklace  $62  SOLD

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1-7/16" long  $280 RARE

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#S-6-201  peel on tip  $250

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#S-6-203  chip on left side  $250

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1-1/2" long  $300 


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Though the hammerhead shark can reach sizes of 10-20 feet, and his distinctive head shaped like a hammer can be 3 feet wide, his teeth are relatively small (under 1 long). The shape of the head is theorized to produce swimming lift. The eyes and nostrils being at either end of the head improves its field of vision; the ampullae of Lorenzini have a larger surface area, increasing his ability to search out food. It preys on bony fish, other sharks incl. hammerheads, crustaceans, squid, octopus, also stingrays they can find buried in the sand. It inhabits warm waters along coastlines, & continental shelves down to 260. Large hammerheads have been known to attack & eat humans without provocation.

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These teeth are harder to acquire than other species.  

Silver wire as pendant: $6

Gold wire as pendant: $8

which then includes a 20" black cord necklace  

15/16"  $20 unless marked otherwise
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#S-7-27  Silver wired, $24
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#S-7-35  Silver wired, $24
7/8"  $18 unless marked otherwise

#S-8-25  Silver wired $22

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#S-9-36  Silver wired $20

#S-9-37  Silver wired $20

#S-9-38  Silver wired $20
3/4"  $14 unless marked otherwise
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5/8"  $12  unless marked otherwise

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Here's a great Hammerhead mount we saw at the Jaws Reef in Supply NC that is about 12 feet long - you can appreciate how big that is because Glenn's standing at the end of his tail!

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Bonnet head shark taxidermied SKIN (related to the hammerhead) shown at the Aurora Fossil club show

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Here is a recent acquisition that is quite unusual - it is a 10,000 year old walrus tusk from Alaska that has been hand carved (in Bali) on the top into 20 hammerhead sharks that are all still attached.  Exquisite carving is without flaw...here it is from the back, then the front:

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and from the other side:

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and on the ebony and inlaid paua shell base that makes it look like a shark from above.  It also has its own carrying case (hand made; not shown)

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This special item is part of our personal collection.

Value:  $12,500



knotted on a 28" on braided double strand waxed natural cording is a sliding knot necklace from extended length to as small as you need. 

Stock photo, quantities available.

  (others listed on Pendants Page 1)

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JBA-17  Jumping shark is 2" long x 1" wide, (flat on the back)   $56



5/8" long, any quantity available.  $8 each

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#S-14  Gold craft wired pendant


(From the Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, Latin name: Carcharhinus longimanus), these sharks are found in deep waters far from shore.  Stocky build, 11-13 feet long.  Lower teeth are triangular and pointed (to hold prey), upper teeth triangular and wide (act as a saw).  White markings on each end of paddle-like pectoral fins gives it its name.  Usually solitary but also seen in feeding frenzies, it is aggressive, unpredictable, inquisitive, and stubborn, which makes it dangerous to humans.  It is often the first seen in waters surrounding mid-ocean disasters.  Sharks caught have been eaten by humans as fresh, frozen, smoked and dried-salted, skin used for leather, liver for vitamins, also fishmeal.

Teeth resemble a great white without the high price of the great whites.

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Photos below are stock photo, quantities available.

5/8" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
#S-15-A  UPPER, choose gold or silver craft wiring as a pendant $8.00
#S-15-B   LOWER, choose gold or silver craft wiring $8.00
3/4" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
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13/16" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
#S-16-M.  UPPER, gold craft wired as a pendant $10
#S-16-N   LOWER, gold craft wiried as a pendant $10
7/8" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
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15/16" Oceanic white tip


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#S-22.  Choose gold or silver tone beads on 20" waxed cotton cord necklace, lobster claw closure $14.00
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Oceanic white tip shark teeth, specialty necklaces

All 20" long



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(7/8") Tooth is glued/ inserted in slot of black bone bead, on white & black bone bead necklace, silver tone bead accents; silver tone barrel twist closure



20" BONE BEAD NECKLACES, gold wired teeth, gold barrel twist closure

$28 ea.


On round white cow bone 8 mm beads


Wired over black onyx dogbone bead, on round white bone 8 mm & black onyx 6 mm bead necklace  SOLD


On striped brown cow bone  beads and  white cow bone 14x7 mm and 8 mm beads  SOLD


Wired over green aventurine bamboo bead, on white cow bone rondell 4x2 mm beads and green jade rondell 8x4 mm beads  SOLD


Wired over hematite dogbone bead, on black cow bone barrel 14x7 mm beads and white round cow bone 8 mm beads

20" HEMATITE BEAD NECKLACES, gold wired teeth, gold barrel twist closure

$28 ea.


Cylinder 6x4 mm & round hematite 4 mm beads


Softly faceted cylinder 8x5 mm beads  SOLD


Cylinder beads 5x5 mm  SOLD


Round beads 6 mm


Rice beads 6x4 mm  SOLD


Large rice hematite 5x8 mm beads and round green jade 6 mm beads
NOTE:  Great white teeth for sale are all on Sharks pg 4 at this link:

Modern Great White Shark Teeth


Dusky Shark tooth necklace

(Carcharhinus obscurus)

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#S-60  1" gold wired tooth on 17" gold tone ball shot chain  $12


RARE MODERN 6-Gill Bluntnose


((Hexanchidae Hexanchus griseus)

Shark teeth are 1-1/4 to 1-3/8" long, two teeth (mounted root to root with silvertone band in the middle, silvertone pendant loop); on adjustable black cotton cord to 24"

$65 ea.













(**NOTE: Loose upper/lower teeth are at
S152 thru -161 below)



Adjustable black cotton cord, up to 26" long

Tooth is an average of 1" across

Nickel-silver cap and accent beads (non-tarnish)

$45 each







(Hexanchidae Hexanchus griseus)

in Riker mount display box with glass lid, 5-1/2" long, 4-1/2" wide, 1" tall, included


 #S-64-1  Two teeth-Upper tooth is 3/4" long x 1/2" wide and lower tooth is 1-1/8" long x 1/2" wide


#S-64-2  Two teeth-Upper tooth is 3/4" long x 1/2" wide and lower tooth is 7/8" long x 1/2" wide


1-1/4 Lower  $39








1-1/8 Lower  $35


1-1/8 Lower  $35







1 Lower  $30

5/8 Upper  $20




1/2 Upper  $18






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*Blue, shortfin mako, *great white (yes, carcharodon carcharias

 as in Jaws), lemon, tiger, *bramble, bull, oceanic white tip,

hammerhead, dusky, sandbar, *bluntnose six-gill shark.

* especially rare species!

You will receive exactly what you see in the photos, second photo is the six gill tooth that you will get in your set.

Set of 12 teeth, size range is from 3/8" to 7/8"

With each set comes with a shark tooth ID and information sheet.

Your Choice:  $60.00
























You will receive exactly what you see in the photo.

Possible species of COMMON SHARKS, no guaranteed species:
Oceanic white tip, hammerhead, spottail, silky, sandbar, spinner, lemon,
bull, dusky shark.

 Size range is from 1/2" to 7/8".

This is a nice starter set of mixed species, jewelry quality - no broken teeth.  Ideal for school coke testing project or crafts.

Your Choice:  $18.00








(GREY NURSE / COMMON, Australia)

(Carcharias taurus)

The grey nurse shark (Australia), spotted ragged-tooth shark (Africa) or sand tiger shark (US and UK), Carcharias taurus, is a large shark inhabiting coastal waters worldwide, with many different names in different countries in the world.

Despite a fearsome appearance and strong swimming abilities, it is a relatively placid and slow moving animal.  

It is considered not aggressive unless provoked.

It is considered the most widely kept shark in public aquariums around the world, due to its fairly large size, its higher adaptability to captivity than other large shark and its crooked, fierce-looking teeth.

1-1/2"   $40 each

1-7/16"   $38 each




1-3/8"   $36 each



1-1/4"   $34 each


1-1/8"   $30 each


1"   $26 each


7/8"   $24 each

3/4"   $22 each





Echinorhinus brucus

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 In 2010 about 200 of these sharks were caught by accident. 

NEVER before in the history of shark research, has this many Bramble Shark (Echinorhinus brucus) been captured. 

They grow to a length of about ten feet (3 meters) and has some of the most interesting teeth of all modern sharks! About 7 years ago the same phenomenon occurred with Goblin Sharks. 

Today that species has all but disappeared from our oceans. This may be the fate of this deep water species

Bramble sharks are migratory, and perhaps they migrated thru the wrong part of the ocean, at the wrong time of the year.

The Bramble Shark is covered with large, thorn-like denticles, and hence the name "bramble" shark.  The teeth are like RAZOR BLADES.  No kidding.

The two upper teeth come in a cube plastic display 1-1/8" wide x 7/8" deep.

5/8", 2 upper teeth  $35/set
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1/2", 2 upper teeth  $30/set
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3/8", 2 upper teeth  $25/set
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Mitsukurina owstoni

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 A deep-sea shark, the sole living species in the family Mitsukurinidae. The most distinctive characteristic of the goblin shark is the unorthodox shape of its head. It has a long, trowel-shaped, beak-like rostrum or snout, much longer than other sharks' snouts. Some other distinguishing characteristics of the shark are the color of its body, which is mostly pink, and its long, protrusible  jaws (i.e. when it reaches for something to eat, the jaws seem to unhinge from the front of the shark and catch its prey, then retract back to the shark's head.  A very weird thing to see.

They are found throughout the world, from Australia, Pacific Ocean to Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, but best-known from the waters around Japan, where the species was first discovered.  

They feed on squid, crabs and deep sea fish, that we know.

1-1/4" long

$34 each, unless marked

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1-3/16" long

$32 each, unless marked

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1-1/8" long

$30 each, unless marked

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1-1/16" long

$28 each, unless marked

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1" long

$26 each, unless marked

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7/8" long

$25 each, unless marked





13/16" long

$24 each, unless marked

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3/4" long

$22 each, unless marked

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11/16" long

$20 each, unless marked

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5/8" long

$18 each, unless marked

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1/2" long

$16 each, unless marked

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7/16" long

$14 each, unless marked

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3/8" long

$12 each, unless marked

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TOOTH DISPLAYS in shadow boxes
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#S-197-A  Shark tooth display case is 15" wide x 12" tall x 2" deep, oak wood display case with glass top showing  modern shark teeth: 4 tiger shark teeth, 24 mako, 5 hammerhead, a small great white, 2 dusky, 1 silky, 3 hemipristis among the 49 teeth, 3 fossil shark vertebrae, and a small silky shark jaw.  Great gift!



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Here's Glenn with our  taxidermy of a Silky Shark (thanks for the ID, Austin!)  It's not often that a shark is prepared as a taxidermy mount with the skin, as the body collapses soon after it dies from being supported by a cartilage backbone and decomposes quickly - most sharks are molded from the real shark and then made from fiberglass or synthetics.  This specimen has a black spot where it was harpooned; eyes are painted in; it is 37" long, the tail stands 13" tall. 


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Fishermen, watch your backs!

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