There are 2 Goblin shark jaws for sale. Both jaws are in excellent condition, and have been cleaned with meticulous care. There are only a couple of teeth which are

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I have been busy cleaning a number of jaws from various clients, including Mako sharks and Tiger shark jaws.  Julia has been set aside, until today. I sanded large areas

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Starting the painstaking task of matching colours and painting the areas of putty on Julia. Normally I would not use paints on jaws, however due to the extensive restoration on

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Julia is starting to really get a nice shape and colour, after years of being a yellowy-caramel colour. The jaw itself, even with the extensive repairs has a beautiful shape,

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I worked on “Julia” today after a long stint due to work commitments and other jaws. I continued sanding areas of the jaw to smooth out imperfections. Unfortunately, the area

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I received a number of these jaws (about 10) from a supplier in India. In this country, unfortunately for the rays, their meat and fins are highly sought after. These

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I received this jaw about 2 years ago from Japan. Although it has been whitened, I have not finished cleaning it properly. Back in 2000, an underwater earthquake in Japan

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Last week the Glyphis jaws were finally finished, packaged up and sent to Melbourne for sorting and cataloging. Considering the state of the jaws, these jaws came out exceptionally well.

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Today I achieved what I thought would never come. I have finally finished building the jaw, whereby it now looks “balanced”. Due to the soaking process (a necessary evil) some

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Progress has been made on the White shark jaw, albeit slowly. The biggest issue is the drying time of the epoxies, which on average take around 24-36 hrs to fully

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