Attention fossil lovers! now we have the perfect item for you. Here’s presenting our saber tooth tiger pendent. A more accurate name would be the saber toothed cat, there were over a dozen prehistoric felines with saber teeth and none of them were actually tigers. At their smallest they were only 3 ft long, but still man eaters.
They only went extinct 10,000 years ago, after their prey the woolly mammoth went extinct. Before that they were very widespread. They came in two sub-categories. Scimitar toothed cats who were agile hunters with broad and shorter canines. The other type was the dirk toothed cats. They had long thin fangs and heavier set bodies.
Now you can own the likeness of this powerful creature with our saber toothed tiger skull pendant. The piece is made of brass with silver fangs to pop from the contrast. The pendant isn’t just gorgeous but also functional. It opens its jaws into a clip. Its a striking and unique item that would make the perfect gift for any prehistoric fan!
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Each piece of COPPERTIST.WU is made of A-grade fine brass, copper, bronze, silver etc. In addition, we also provide custom service by precious material.
Compared to other metals, copper has an interesting and fascinating chemical effect over time, as it created a close relationship between the environment and the user. We also developed a unique handmade aging process, so that each piece of copper artwork has its own unique attributes.
Accessories, made of copper, do not require special maintenance during used period, just need to keep it in a dry place and stay away from acid detergent, salt cleaner and various oil, chloride and other chemical materials, which will cause corrosion on the surface of the product. Avoiding to use cleaning tools to prevent surface scratches. The maintenance methods of 925 sterling silver are same as above. You can also use a silver wiping cloth or OPI to polish the surface regularly to keep it as the original one.