Frequently Asked Questions

About Our Shark Teeth

1. Are your shark teeth real?

Yes, all of our shark teeth are 100% real. We do not sell replicas or imitations.

2. Do you carry real megalodon shark teeth?

Yes, we do offer a selection of genuine megalodon shark teeth. These ancient giants were the largest predators to ever roam the oceans, and their teeth are truly impressive.

3. How is the quality of your shark teeth?

We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality shark teeth available. We only source our teeth from reputable suppliers and inspect them carefully before offering them for sale. Most of our competitors sell Otodus obliquus shark teeth from Morocco, which are low-quality and often fragile. Our teeth are generally superior in quality, color, and durability.

4. Are your teeth modified?

Some of our teeth have been modified in minimal ways. This may include polishing to enhance their natural beauty or creating a small lip to facilitate the attachment of wire for jewelry purposes. We believe these modifications are tasteful and enhance the overall appearance of the teeth without compromising their authenticity.

Shipping and Payment

5. Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, we offer free domestic shipping within the United States for all orders. We ship via First Class Mail. All other expedited shipping methods is paid by customer.

6. Do you offer international shipping?

Yes, we offer international shipping. Once you get to check out and get to the shipping section check to see if your country is available. If you country is not available please contact us at oliver@realsharktoothnecklaces.com to find out if we can add your country. Some countries have restrictions regarding animal products, fossils and even jewelry.

About Specific Products

7. Are the white shark teeth real?

Yes, our white Mako shark teeth are genuine modern teeth collected from sustainable sources. Mako sharks are known for their beautiful, white teeth, and our collection reflects their natural beauty.

8. Are the black/brown shark teeth real?

Yes, our black/brown shark teeth are real fossilized teeth. Fossilization occurs over millions of years, resulting in the characteristic black or brown coloration. These teeth offer a glimpse into the past and are a valuable piece of natural history.

9. Are your shark teeth fragile?

Yes, like all fossils, shark teeth are naturally fragile. It is important to handle them with care and avoid dropping them or exposing them to harsh chemicals. We recommend storing them in a safe place and handling them only when necessary.