The largest Shark teeth quartet frames, with excellent preservation; the premium selection of ‘Serratolamna Aschersoni, Otodus Obliquus’ fossil shark teeth. Commonly known as reef, sand and mackerel sharks.
Each row has been designed and segregated into a particular individual species of shark, within in ever decreasing in size rows of teeth set in a circle design.
We look at the quartet as a work of fossil art, the four elements making up a whole, one could hang these in any desired configuration, on one wall or more than one wall, or possibly in an asymmetrical accent as opposed to the symmetrical accent pictured here.
The fossil teeth originating from the Middle Atlas mountains of North Africa, all the teeth included in these frames are of the high standard of quality, rare and for the quality of preservation.
Dating back to the Cenozoic era, Palaeocene from the Eocene epoch, approximately 60,000,000 to 45,000,000 years ago.
The quartet in 'black frames' are a unique creation of the fossil store; currently, we have one set pictured here if you require more than one quartet we can at the time of writing accommodate an order on a pro forma commission basis.