Fossilized Shark Teeth from the Carcharocles Megalodon and other extinct Shark teeth fossils.
The Shark fossils sold here are high quality teeth. Many of the fossil Shark teeth have a complete root, bourlette, crown, serrations and tip. Some teeth are missing parts as a whole complete tooth is not a common find. Many of these Sharks teeth will be polished, others are natural and only cleaned.
Collectors Preference vary so I have both to choose from. An untreated fossil in its natural state is fantastic. Jewelers and many collectors prefer the beautiful polished fossil that has vibrant colors (some only seen in the sunlight) these teeth are incredible. Both make a unique conversation piece and a fabulous display, because no two are the same you can build an unique collection. We also sell a variety of fossils and items such as Dinosaur teeth, Squid, Mammal parts, Fish, Ammonites, Sand Dollars, Dinosaurs, jewellery, tribal items and more!
-If you would like a certificate of authenticity, I have written one on the page called "Mission Statement." You will find the link at the bottom of all pages.
The anatomy of the Shark tooth.
~FREE GIFT WITH EVERY SALE!~
You will receive a free necklace as a gift with each order. I make these necklaces out of black cotton and batik bone beads. They are very nice and an eye catching necklace. I tie a slip knot on each one so you can re size it. Also a figure 8 knot holds the beads in place. This is one I made, there not all the same, the beads vary. I'm sure you will like this free gift. Snag.
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It is our responsibility to take care of this earth and what is on it!
Sharks are no exception and we need to save this beautiful creature!
Due to declines in numbers, a handful of species are now listed as 'threatened' under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
We need to protect, respect and save the Sharks as well as the many other amazing animals that we share the earth with.
Sign the "Save the Shark" petition.
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A note on photos, I take all these photos in the sun. These teeth are polished so naturally a tooth in the sun has a different appearance to the same tooth in the shade. Unless your collection is under a very bright light you will not see the hidden colors the sunlight brings out.
This fossil is derived from an extinct Romanian Cave bear. This claw was found at the Carpathian mountain caves near Brasso, Romania. This bear known as Ursus Spelaeus, averaged 10 foot high when standing on its hind legs. This monstrous bear is 30% larger than the modern day brown bear. This bear was larger than the extinct Russian cave hibernating bear known as Ursus Uralensis. These fossils are becoming harder to obtain as the caves are being heavily collected. Now any deposits recently found are being obtained by museums in order to rebuild these magnificent creatures.
~The method used for polishing these teeth.~
I am going to explain part of the polishing method used on many of the shark teeth I sell. Lapidary equipment is used by a highly experienced artist who polishes these teeth. This is a method that is similar to polishing diamonds. It is also used for fossil wood, Ammonites and semi-precious stones alike. Lapidary means "concerned with stones.". This method of polishing is a time consuming process that takes years to perfect. The result of this art is a very high sheen on rare, very old shark teeth and certain fossils which reveals unseen, vibrant and beautiful colors. In most of these beautiful teeth you will see reflections. No two teeth are alike, they are hands down the most beautiful teeth I have ever seen. The surface is shiny and smooth as smooth glass. Pictures can not do these teeth justice at all. Only when holding one of these teeth can you truly harness the beauty of these teeth. This will no doubt, amaze you as no picture can have you feel the weight or truly see the reflections or fabulous unique color of these gorgeous teeth.
I have drawn this, it is a great white leaping out of the water,
If you would like a portrait done please contact me with photos for reference. You can view my portfolio here. I charge $25 per hour and am happy to waver the final value fee if you are not satisfied.
§The Megalodon Shark
§The Angustidens Shark
§The Lemon Shark
§ The Mako Shark (short finned)
§The Otodus Obliquus Shark
§ The Tiger Shark
§The Snaggletooth Shark
§The Great White Shark (White pointer.)