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Mako Shark Tooth and Garnet Necklace


Garnet: The Stone of Energy


The name "garnet" is derived from the Latin word "garanatus", meaning "seed-like", in reference to the tiny seeds found in the pomegranate.

In Greek mythology, the pomegranate was considered a gift of eternal love.


  • Polished gemstone chips
  • 18" Necklace
  • 1" Fresh Mako tooth focal point
  • Burnished crown for a dramatic effect
  • Finished with a gold tone barrel swivel clasp
  • Gift boxed
  • Handcrafted in our Florida studio



The Maori word for shark is "Mako".

Polynesians believed the shark to be a spirit animal which guarded them from danger.

Mako teeth are prized by the Maori people and are worn as jewelry by tribal leaders and warriors for protection.


You will receive a necklace similar to the photograph.





Modern Mako Shark Tooth and Garnet Necklace 18"

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