Shark Tooth Necklace
- Jewelry Care
These shark teeth were found and collected from the remains of a dead Tiger Shark discarded by shark fishermen in Baja California. My partner and I swam up to this decaying head and were able to scoop out a couple of teeth.
These necklaces have a dark past and have helped shark conservation projects that convert and provide an alternative income for shark fishermen as eco-tourism guides.
- 14k gold filled tarnish resistant chain
- tiger shark tooth
While our products are made with 14k gold filled metals, we still advise the following jewelry care:
Avoid contact with water and moisture. Harsh chemicals and minerals in salt water, sweat, and hard water can react and tarnish the metals after prolonged exposure.
Avoid direct contact with perfume, detergents body lotion, or other chemicals such as insect repellant, or chlorine from pools.
If you do happen to be harsh on jewelry and forget these tips:
Do your best to rinse after every pool and ocean swim with warm fresh water and polish off your jewelry using a soft polishing cloth.