NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ᎣᏏᏲ ᎤᎵᎮᎵᏍᏗ ᏙᎯᏧ? Osiyo ulihelisdi dohitsu Hello welcome how are you? ARTIST NAME: Aiden ShortCloud ᏥᏍᏕᏥ ᎤᎶᎩᎸ ᏍᏆᎳᎢ TRIBAL AFFILIATION: Cherokee ᏣᎳᎩ ᎠᏂᏴᏫᏯ Comes with Certificate of Authenticity Portions of this sale are sent to my tribe and various communities I am involved with. I also donated items to various prisons to help fund their Native American programs and help those who can not help themselves. Inedible meat is donated to zoos and local raptor rehab facilities. I also carry real wolf, mountain lion and bear items. You are buying directly from a Native American artist.ᏩᏙ/ ᏍᎩ Wado/Sgi I am also a recognized member of the Indian Arts and Craft Association Tooth size is between 2.5" long you will receive a tooth similar to the tooth in the photo your tooth will be unique as creator makes each bear just like he makes each human slightly different. Bear stands for introspection and protector there is nothing more ferocious than a mother This claw has been coated in a protective finish to help deter it from cracking, please note however teeth are fragile and can crack with a difference in altitude or humidity sealed or not. Please note teeth although sealed are fragile and can crack depending on humidity, temperature change and if dropped shatter. I do not guarantee my teeth to not crack, I take every step possible to seal them to help them last a lifetime but nature will do what it and I can't protect from acts of God. THIS BEAR WAS NOT HUNTED FOR PLEASURE. My people have harvested bears for thousands of years for spiritual use and food. There are special prayers made to ask the bear nation forgiveness before taking the life of one of the bear people. Bear meat is high in fat and is quite tasty it is divided amongst the people for meals. To my people bear fat has healing abilities, the fat is rendered secret herbs are added and it is used as a healing treatment and given to many elders. Bear skulls are often used for prayer sticks or alters, bear robes for healing ceremonies to help bring the bear back to the ceremony, we wear bear claws to carry the healing medicine and strength of the bear with us to honor him.