Looking Sharp

Give your style some bite with the porcelain shark tooth necklace by Redraven studios.



Sharks are having a moment.

Left Shark’s out-of-synch dance moves almost stole the show from Katy Perry during February’s Super Bowl halftime performance, while “Sharknado” — the campy flick starring Tara Reid and Ian Ziering — took Twitter by storm in 2013 and again in 2014 with “Sharknado 2.”

And, of course, everyone loves Shark Week on the Discovery Channel.

Yep, sharks definitely are on trend — which is why we love the shark tooth necklace ($88) by Pittsburgh-based Redraven studios.

Owned by husband-and-wife team Amy and Ryan Hamley, Redraven is a line of handmade porcelain keepsakes. Besides jewelry, Redraven also crafts home and wedding décor.

One of the studio’s signature items, the porcelain shark tooth pendant, is slip cast from a handmade mold and finished in 14K gold luster. Necklaces are strung on fine 14K gold, 24-inch chains.

Simple enough to wear every day, the shark tooth necklace still will give your look some bite.

Available at Redraven
412/445-4665, redravenshop.com

 

 

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