Shark tooth necklace for a girl’s birthday
A shark tooth necklace made from shark teeth is the latest accessory to be made from whalebone in Australia, after a girl in Australia was given one by her dad, according to the Daily Mail.
The necklace was given to 15-year-old Samantha Smith on January 5, after she found it on her family’s doorstep.
According to a post on the Daily Telegraph’s website, Smith is the granddaughter of famed singer Kenny Smith, who recorded a number of hits including “You Can’t Touch Me”.
“It’s a great thing, it’s a really nice necklace,” Samantha Smith told the Telegraph.
“It looks like a shark.”
The necklace has been designed to give the child a little piece of the ocean, the Daily Post reports.
Samantha Smith is a well-known girl from Australia who is a keen shark hunter.
In 2010, she was featured in a video on Sharknado, a film about the hunt for the elusive giant killer shark.
She also has a passion for fishing and has caught dozens of sharks over the years.
The necklaces are a replica of the necklace worn by the singer Kenny, who is known for his signature line, “I don’t give a damn what you do”.
The necklace, made of whalebone, is designed to be worn by children at the birthday party.
The earrings are the same size as the necklace, but the teeth are shaped differently.
According the Telegraph, the necklace was originally made in the US and is expected to sell for around $200.