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Ivory Information & Laws 

The word "Ivory" in this modern day terminology has a broad meaning and has become very controversial. Most every day people hear the word Ivory and the first thing they think of is tusks obtained illegally from endangered species, primarily the African Elephant. This is a common misconception. Not ALL Ivory comes from living animals that have been slaughtered only for the ornamental ivory they carry.

Information regarding laws which regulate the commerce of ivory can be found on the C.I.T.E.S. (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) and US Fish & Wildlife websites. Inter "Ivory" in their search box.

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Ivory laws & Regulations

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora

Fossilized mammoth & walrus Ivory

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Alaskan Ivory Originals only uses fossilized Mammoth and Walrus ivory. This Walrus  "Ivory" is at least several hundred years old, And may be thousands of years old. The Mammoth "Ivory is  At least several thousand years old as they have been extinct for that long. None of the Ivory that we use was taken illegally. All the laws that pertain to "fossilized Ivory" have been adhered to.
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