Custom Sterling Silver Whale Shark Bead Charm (Pandora Compatible)

$ 59.99$ 109.99
  • Custom Sterling Silver Whale Shark Bead Charm (Pandora Compatible)

Custom Sterling Silver Whale Shark Bead Charm (Pandora Compatible)

$ 59.99$ 109.99

Whale sharks are gentle giants, captivating divers and travelers around the world with their awesome size and grace. Featuring intricate spotted details and Fine Enamel, this handcrafted sterling silver whale shark Bead showcases exquisite craftsmanship of our artisans. If you love sharks, this amazing new Whale Shark Bead Charm is a great addition to your collection! 

Like all of Getting Nauti's Custom Sterling pieces, this was designed in the U.S.A. and is meticulously crafted by master silversmiths in Thailand.

Show off your love for sharks, the water, and all things Nauti with this beautifully detailed bead style charm!

This charm is made for us out of .925 Sterling Silver with white and red enamel and IS compatible with Pandora charm bracelets!

  • Highest quality 925 Sterling Silver!
  • Pandora Compatible!
  • Beautifully Detailed!
  • Hand Polished!
  • Hypoallergenic, nickel and lead free!
  • Designed in the USA!
  • Shipped from USA!


These items are MADE TO ORDER! As a result delivery time can be up to 3 weeks after the order is placed.



 If you’re considering buying 925 Sterling Silver, you probably want to know the difference between pure silver and 925 sterling silver. The first thing you need to know is pure silver is not really made up of only silver. Pure silver consists of 99.9% silver, with a small percentage of other metals like copper.

Sterling silver, conversely, consists of 92.5% silver with the remainder being a harder metal such as copper. This is why Sterling Silver is often referred to as 925 Sterling Silver or simply 925 Silver.

It is extremely difficult to make intricate designs using only pure silver.  Pure silver is very soft and malleable and, as a result, needs to be combined with other metals, generally copper, to add a bit of hardness. That’s why jewelers use 925 Sterling Silver to create their most intricate and complex designs.