Shark teeth are considered a symbol of masculinity.
We do not completely agree as we believe that shark teeth are both empowering and feminine, but the shark is often seen as a strong apex predator which has led to shark teeth often being a symbol of strength, protection, and masculinity.
In Hawaiian culture, ancestors (Aumakua) can emerge as sharks and shark tooth necklaces can be worn to honor family members that are no longer here. Today shark tooth necklaces are still seen in surfing cultures.
Sailors often wear them for good luck and protection from drowning. In the Middle Ages, people wore a shark tooth to protect them from poison in foods and beverages