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For orders or questions: call toll-free 1-800-423-1945
International calls: 360-796-4330

HOW CAN WE SELL AFRICAN ELEPHANT IVORY?
(click to read)!

Click on photos to see our newest or recently updated items:

NEW - MIXED IVORY SCRAP
NEW - Additions to our Narwhal Ivory

Mostly mammoth with probably some walrus and bit of elephant flat and chunky for jewelry etc. to small for knives - $30.00 per pound we only have about 20 pounds.

We are selling off these pieces that came from the J. L. Houston Company, a company that imported and used all types of ivory in their manufacturing for the Alaskan ivory trade from the 1950’s till the 1990’s.


Beautiful Leopard Skin for sale in Washington State ONLY!
LARGE VINTAGE WALRUS TUSK PAIR - This very large pair of tusks are polished and have a wonderful old aged patina.

Mammoth Jaw partial left side and lip trough with speciman molar.


New Mammoth Ivory Bark
and Elephant Ivory Bracelets

"North Sea Fossil" Mammoth Tusk Tip Piece
with Beautiful Color, 21-1/2" for display only - $500.00

One of a Kind or Limited
Stock
and Sale Items!
Nantucket basket with
Scrimshawed Ivory Plaque

Bone Art "Scrimshaw Collection"

Ivory Carvings and Netsuke
1911 Pistol Grips
Ivory/Wood/Faux/Bone
Mediterranean Treasures
Jewelry Collection
Preban Elephant Ivory
Updated: 05/11/2015

Antique Trade Beads
New Simulated Pearl
1911Full Sized Grips
Ostrich Eggs
Para Ordnance PDA
Gorgeous Ivory
Grips
Sale Priced!

Hippo Tusk Page
Updated: 05/11/2015
Polar Bear Fur
Bone Handled Knives
Fishhook Necklaces

Unclassified Misc.
New Universal
Simulated Ivory
SAA 1 or 2 Piece Kit
Unique Ivory Jewelry & Gifts
Sale priced!

We regularly add new items to the website (last updated: May 13, 2015 ). Check back frequently to see what's new! LINKS PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT! We are putting together a links page to show the many ways you use our products and to hopefully direct some business your way. If you are interested in participating, please email a photo with a group or single piece of your work along with a brief description of what you do plus all your contact info; address, telephone number, website and email. Send it to:

We comply with C.I.T.E.S., U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Washington State Department of Game regulations and that all of our products are legal to own, buy, sell and ship within the United States. The wildlife products we offer for sale are obtained legally and in a manner not detrimental to the survival of the wildlife species. The source of these products are wildlife ranches, museums, old estate sales, legal sport and subsistance hunting, trapping, and government controlled culls which are necessary to maintain healthy balanced wildlife populations.

The natural history art we offer is always in demand. Besides an aesthetic value there is the prospect of a solid long term investment as many of these products become unobtainable (the fossil ivories, artifacts & trade beads, to name a few). Possessing these fascinating specimens and sharing their beauty and interesting background with others helps create a desire to learn about science and history. The proof is that a number of schools, museums and park boards purchase specimens from us for educational purposes. Share your collection/hobby with others; it's fun, educational and tax deductible if used for office decor.

Questions? Please call our toll-free number: 1-800-423-1945.
Calling us will get the quickest response, but if you are out of the
country or don't mind a delayed response, you can email us at:

If you do email, please include your daytime phone number
so we can call you back, and you'll probably hear from us sooner.

Please note: Orders for merchandise totaling less
than $50.00 are charged a $5.00 processing fee.

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Page last updated: May 13, 2015