25 Fossilized Shark Teeth
If you’re looking for shark teeth, you’ve found the right spot! Get 25 GENUINE fossilized shark teeth that were hand-collected locally in Charleston, SC by Foxy Fossils. Each fossil tooth dates back hundreds of thousands to millions and millions of years ago (most are ~5-18 million years old). No sharks or habitats are harmed or disturbed. These teeth were ethically, sustainably, responsibly, and legally found on the surface. These can be used for making your own shark tooth jewelry, as gifts for the shark lover, or as coastal decor. Each batch contains various shapes and colors due to natural variations in authentic fossils!
- 25 prehistoric fossilized shark teeth
- Size range 1/4” - 2/3”
- Sourced from my own personal collection from a lifetime of outdoor exploration
- Includes teeth from a variety of shark species (e.g. lemon, hammerhead, requiems, tiger shark, bull, dusky, sand tiger, etc.)
*Each set is organically unique so pictures are representative of the sharks teeth you will receive and not the exact set.
Even though your jewelry piece features an authentic fossil that has survived millions of years in existence, there are still some things you can do to extend the life of your new Foxy Fossils jewelry to preserve it for many more lifetimes to come!
- Remove jewelry prior to swimming, bathing, or working out to prevent sunscreen, saltwater, chlorine, and sweat from damaging fine 14kt gold filled materials.
- Store your fine jewelry in a separate compartment of your jewelry box or in a cloth pouch to keep it safe, dry, and clean. You can also store your gold filled jewelry in an airtight container when not in use.
- Clean with a standard polishing cloth or gently wash with a soft brush using warm water and mild soap to remove dirt and excess oils.
Gold-filled jewelry is suitable for everyday wear and is very durable; however, jewelry is still naturally delicate and requires care for maintaining optimal condition and long lasting wear. Gold fill jewelry will never rub or flake off since it consists of a thick layer of solid gold that has been pressure bonded onto a jeweler's quality base metal (usually brass). If gold filled ever develops a tarnish, it is usually a surface tarnish which can be cleaned or polished off.
We recommend that you remove your jewelry prior to bathing, swimming, cleaning, and working out in order to avoid direct contact with harsh cleaners, sweat, saltwater, sunscreen, perfumes, hairsprays and lotions. It is best to put your jewelry on last if you are applying lotions, hairsprays, perfumes etc. in order to minimize contact with these products. If you wear your jewelry to the beach or gym be sure to gently and thoroughly rinse your jewelry in water afterwards and allow it to fully dry (never put wet or damp jewelry in sealed container or else it will cause rapid tarnishing). We highly recommend keeping your jewelry away from chlorine (pools and hot tubs) due to its harsh nature on fine jewelry.