Sterling Silver Shark Tooth Pendant on a 20" Fine Sterling Silver Chain

Wrightson and Platt

Product Information

Megalodon means 'big tooth' and these pieces of jewellery have been miniaturised first from an original shark tooth which is over 6" long!

These are totemic pieces of wearable art and, according to mythology, the wearer is likely to be imbued with the character of the beast itself. Includes a 20" fine Sterling Silver chain.

Sterling Silver Shark Tooth Pendant on a 20" Fine Sterling Silver Chain

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About the Supplier

Wrightson and Platt are creators of exquisite life-cast sculpture and jewellery, specialising in uniquely detailed jewellery cast directly from natural and man-made objects.


Sterling Silver
County of manufacture:
Small: 22mm x 18mm
Medium: 30mm x 22mm
Large: 35mm x 27mm


Delivery Cost:
£ 7.25
Delivery Time:
28 Days
Delivery Info:
7.25 - Up to 4 weeks (depending on stock)


Return Period:
28 Days

Returns are at the expense of the customer. In cases where a product is deemed faulty, the cost of returning and any repairs will be met by W&P. Please send with reason for return to:

Wrightson and Platt Ltd
Unit 36 Brockley Cross Business Centre
96 Endwell Road


Guarantee 5 Years
Guarantee Length:
5 years
Guarantee Terms:

W&P offer a guarantee of five years on all jewellery with the exception of chains.

The guarantee covers normal use and wear, and assumes that you follow our jewellery care instructions.


County of Manufacture:

Care & Maintenance

What causes silver to tarnish?
All silver does tarnish naturally. There are many things that can cause silver to tarnish, but the most common causes are wool, food (eggs, onions, mayonnaise), rubber bands, latex gloves and certain paints. Oily salts from fingers can also tarnish silver.

Silver will tarnish much more quickly in humid environments. How can I slow down the rate of tarnishing?

  • Silver should be kept dry
  • Remove all silver jewellery before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form on silver jewellery, making it appear dull and dingy.
  • A soft cloth is an effective and inexpensive way to keep your silver pieces lustrous and shining.
  • Be particularly careful of chlorine. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolour your silver jewellery. Avoid wearing silver jewellery while using chlorine bleach or while in a pool or hot tub.

How do I look after my jewellery?
You can remove light tarnish by using a gentle washing up liquid and warm water. Carefully brush with a soft bristle brush, such as an old toothbrush. After brushing, simply rinse with lukewarm water and allow to dry.

Frequent light cleanings are preferable to waiting until the tarnish gets so stubborn that more abrasive polishes have to be employed. For heavier tarnishing, you can polish it with silver polish or a silver cloth. It should come up shiny as new.

Chains can be soaked in a silver dip (following the manufacturer's instructions).

How should I store my jewellery?
If you are not wearing your jewellery for a while or if you wish to keep it as a keepsake for when your child is older, simply keep it wrapped in some acid-free tissue.

Will my piece of jewellery scratch or dent?
Precious metal, because of its purity, is a relatively soft metal. If an item is worn every day or hung on a chain with lots of other items or on a key ring, it will gradually age.

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