Woolly Mammoths

In 1977 a Russian bulldoze operator working in Siberia noticed a block of muddy ice containing a dark mass. On closer inspection he was amazed to see the contours of a small elephant-like creature. He had discovered a perfectly preserved Woolly Mammoth.

All over the frozen northern parts of Sibera and Canada we find the frozen carcasses of hundreds of thousands of large mammal species. These are mainly mammoths, but also wooly rhinos and other creatures of this kind. When their stomach contents are examined they have found to have been grazing on warm weather vegetation and yet they are found extremely close to the north pole.




II Grade Ivory


III Grade Ivory


IV Grade Ivory


V Grade Ivory


I Grade Tusks


II Grade Tusks


III Grade Tusks


V Grade Tusks

Information concerning our material

Since mammoth ivory is actually fossil ivory, there are no bans for its importing or exporting. Nevertheless, special import certificates are needed. The Kit Wing Crafts is the professional exporter with long experience on the market, and this is why our export operations do not take long to be performed. Moreover, we possess all needed sertificates and licenses for exporting operations.

The ivory we export is found in permafrost areas of Siberia. Since it stayed in earth for a very long period, the quality of different pieces is different. We recognize five grades, from best to chips. To the right you can see instances of each grade. Below is the table explaining different grades and pricing. Exact details are found in the "Information" part of our page.



The table of the quality of tusk structure
I grade
II grade
III grade
IV grade
The minimum length (or thickness) of every piece is 10 cm

Along with trading the raw ivory we export raw mammoth tusks. This merchandise is usually used not for carving, but for decorations, etc. Similarly to the raw ivory, we recognize up to five grades of tusks. However, prices for tusks are usually higher than for cut ivory, since it is more valuable product.