“Is that Simon? It’s Trapman…Trapman Bermagui. I have a couple of Mako jaws, and I’m wondering whether you can clean them up for me!” That phone call happened a couple

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Many of you might remember a couple of months ago I finished “Walter”, the tiger shark caught off Sydney Heads in the 1930’s. While working on “Walter”, I was also

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Back in September 2018, a client contacted me from Austria, asking me if I could help him fix a Mako shark jaw he had. Normally I would not really freely

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Ralph Collier’s jaws to restore

When I visited my good friend, Ralph Collier in Los Angeles, a few weeks ago, I managed to bring back with me a couple of his jaws to restore. Amongst

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About 2 weeks ago, I brought back from Dallas, Texas, 2 Mako shark jaws from Florida from a client. The jaws were clean though not whitened and disinfected. One jaw

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Old Tiger shark jaw for restoration from Papua New Guinea

Clean-a-Jaw is happy to have received a new restoration project in the form of an old Tiger shark jaw all the way from Papua New Guinea. The client contacted me

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After more than 1 year, the white shark known as “Bondee” has now been completely restored and mounted. The jaw came to me in April 2017 and it was the

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An update on the Mako shark skeleton prepared for the Museum. Most of the shark flesh is now off the skeleton. Now I start on the difficult task of cleaning

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The Greenland shark jaw known as “Gurry”

Three months ago I received from a client in Canada a Greenland shark jaw They had bought it in Iceland and brought it back to Canada. I received the Greenland

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