We have shark teeth for the collector, enthusiast, or anyone with an appreciation for unique and historical pieces. These pieces serve as a record of existence for these now-extinct animals.
Legend says that these shark teeth ward off danger and symbolize protection when worn. Whether it’s the look or the feeling, we know these shark teeth will get you hooked!
Here are our eight favorite shark tooth pendants and fossils that anyone will enjoy:
- Great White
The fossilization of a shark tooth takes thousands of years - you can own and wear a piece of natural history with any of these shark tooth pendant varieties.
Massive Megalodon Shark Teeth
Megalodon sharks were the largest sharks ever to exist, growing up to eighteen meters long. These shark species are three times bigger than the infamous Great White Shark.
The teeth are the only part of the body that Megalodon sharks left behind for scientists to study. Researchers were able to learn so much from this giant, extinct species by these remnants alone.
These large shark tooth pendants make a bold statement when worn, and fossils can be used in home decor.
With prices ranging from $100 to $1,000, our Megalodon shark tooth pendant collection holds a variety of different pieces to find the right fit for you!
The Parotodus Benenini is an ancient ancestor of the mackerel shark and roamed our oceans over five million years ago. These extinct species exist today in the form of fossils for you to observe or wear as jewelry.
The Parotodus pendant's size makes a bold statement, and the Turquoise and Pyrite inlays make these pendants even more stunning. These shark tooth fossils are rare, so grab them while you can and check our Parotodus Benedeni Pendant collection.
Make a Statement with Mako
Researchers believe Mako sharks were the fastest sharks in our oceans. With vibrant yet bold tooth pendants, these mako shark teeth fossils will go quickly!
These fossils are ancient, but some Mako shark species exist today. Check out more facts about the Mako shark here.
There is a wide variety of coloring on these shark teeth pendants from the roots to the blades. Check out some of the visual variations of our shark tooth pendants:
- Captivating Fossil Mako Tooth Pendant - Mocca brown root and a tan blade highlighted with black streaks
- Enticing Fossil Mako Tooth Pendant - coffee brown root with a light grey blade displaying black streaks
Customize these pendants with a sterling silver or baby wheat chain necklace.
All About Bull Shark Fossils
Unlike most sharks, Bull Sharks have adapted to survive in freshwater by holding onto salt within their bodies while traveling to non-saltwater seas.
Bull Shark teeth are identifiable by the physical characteristics of a broad, flattened tooth. These teeth blades are serrated like a bread knife and taper off to a sharp tip. We offer these fossil pendants from the lower and upper jaw of the Bull Shark.
Tiny Tiger Teeth
Only one species of Tiger sharks exist today, making these fossils even more special. Though sharks are anything but delicate, our tiger teeth pendants come in a smaller variety, making them an excellent size for children to wear and enjoy.
Great White Shark Teeth
Great White Sharks are known as the apex predators of the ocean for a good reason. They are speedy swimmers, but are massive creatures with shark pups weighing around 50-60 pounds at birth.
Great White sharks have a reputation for their massive jaws and vicious-looking teeth, which is confirmed when looking at their fossilized teeth! Our pendants are a statement piece with a tooth height of up to two inches.
Aside from their size, these shark tooth pendants are eye-catching because of their deep colors, serrated edges, and ridge details.
To see more on these and other shark tooth pendants, browse our exciting collection of all things shark teeth.
Otodus Shark Teeth
The prehistoric Otodus obliquus is a member of the mackerel shark family. Though not the most massive shark in the ocean, the Otodus was a massively sized creature that was estimated to be around nine meters long.
These long, daggered shark teeth are a collector’s dream. These teeth are of significant size, measuring almost three inches tall from root to tip.
Unserrated and with an untouched, natural finish, these pieces call for attention as room decor.
The Carcharocles fossil teeth have been found in Morocco and date back to the Eocene era over 50 million years ago.
These shark teeth remain unpolished and are shown in their raw state. It isn’t easy to find these teeth fully intact, which makes these fossils so unique! These teeth have not needed any restoration, making them truly feel like an ancient artifact.
No matter what type of shark you fancy, you will look sharp in any of our shark tooth pendants.
Each shark tooth pendant is one-of-a-kind, making them an extremely unique and rare gift. If you need help getting started, we’re here to offer our expertise to find the right gift for everyone on your shopping list.