The Shark Tooth is 55mm long and 35mm at its widest. It is carved from pounamu we have collected from the Marsden Valley in the Paroa area just outside of Greymouth on the West Coast of the South Island.
The Shark Tooth has a waxed nylon cord so the pendant can be worn ALL the time - even in the water. The cord is adjustable by pinching the special knots between your thumb and finger and pulling.
The shark tooth is a symbol of male strength, proud masculinity and potency. It offers strength guile, protection and guidance to the wearer.
As a talisman it brings affluence and good fortune to the wearers life and it is believed to protect the individual from evil spirits, shark attacks and water accidents.
The shark spirit embodied in the tooth is a peaceable predator in Maori belief. It is to be strong and aggressive when it comes to opportunities and challenges. At the same time forge lasting friendships and work hard to keep the peace.
It is a totem symbol which confirms self-confidence, self-trust and momentum in life.
The back of the Shark Tooth is shaped/scalloped so that it is extra comforting to rub with the thumb while it is worn.