Mammoth teeth are quite rare and North Sea ones are becoming harder to source. However, we are fortunate to have many specimens available.
This example is from Doggerland/Brown Bank and is dated between 30,000 – 40,000 Years old and comes with the display stand
One thing to bear in mind is that unlike conventional fossils these have been in salt water for an exceptionally long time. Hence more work is required to stabilise and present them; careful cleaning, salt removal via many treatments with clear water then a clear coat of resin to stabilise, seal and bring out the colour of the teeth.
Because our range is continually changing and we have many mammoth teeth in stock, we can offer you a choice and will be more than happy to send you images.