These REAL 1-Bear Tooth necklaces hang on a 19" to 19.25" (48-49 cm) round black leather strap with carved wooden beads and a real black bear tooth. The hanging length of the tooth necklace is 11.5" (29 cm), and the length of the tooth varies from necklace to necklace. They usually range between 5 to 8 cm long. The hanging length of the molar necklace is 9", and the molars vary in size.
The tooth & bone necklaces come in two styles. The beaded tooth & bone necklace has brown round beads, black round and oval beads, antiqued long beads, and two drilled bones measuring approximately 2 cm long. The necklace is 57 cm long, and weighs 29 grams. The tooth pendants range from 7 to 8 cm long on the outside curve. The simple claw & bone necklace hangs on a 50-cm black round cord, and has alternating round beads and drilled bone, each measuring 1.5 to 3.5 cm long. The tooth pendant measures 7 to 8 cm long on the outside curve. The necklace weighs 26 grams.
Please note: Animal teeth are natural products that can crack over time. To repair cracks, you can use white putty for wood and crazy glue.
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||Beaded Black Bear Tooth & Bone Necklace
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Genus and species: Ursus americanus. Wild. CITES II.
Black bears are covered by CITES.
Black bear around the world are considered to be a threatened species. The trade in products from these animals is regulated to ensure that the bears do not face extinction. Black bear are no longer found in some areas, but are quite plentiful in Canada. In fact, according to the Globe & Mail, more than 100,000 black bears are thought to live in the Canadian province of Ontario alone. All of our black bear products have been legally acquired. Most of the bear skins and claws come from legal hunting or culling programs.
Not for export in small quantities. Export may be possible for orders exceeding C$2,000.
For more information, see My Understanding of Ontario's Wildlife Laws and the Trade in Wildlife Products.
Made in Canada