This is an 18 piece authentic prehistoric tool collection made up of chrystal bitted grinding and polishing tools. This collection is made up of 7 smaller tool kit pairs that were found together. The two red tools to the left are two pieces of the same stone fashioned into two different tools.
They are a red marbled and white chrystal quartz. The top one is a large birdhead with a circling crown of thick white quartz that shows signs of heavy grinding and the bottom one has an odd looking well used axe head carved but the rest of the edges on both these tools are sharp and unground, showing progression from how these tools start out sharp and end up looking like the two blue tools on the far right (another matching pair from one stone).The blue tools were made almost identical to the red ones in shape and function but are much more ground down from use. The two small, triangular polishing stones on the top row are a matching pair from one stone as are the two lavender polishing tools below, on the se. The 3 bluish polishing stones next to the larger blue tools are seperate individual finds and not connected to each other or any of the other stones.
The two tan polishing tools were found paired together but do not look like they came from one stone. The bottom row has two pairs as well, the two tan ones on the left are, like the tan ones above, were left behind as a pair but do not look like they are from the same source rock. The far left has a thin redish and a black tool left as a working pair but not of the same stone. The bluish green tool on the middle bottom row was an individual find by itself. All of my finds are from the N.My Dad built roads and taught us to hunt where stone tools were used in large amounts to process wood, food, more stones etc, before all the roads and homes covered it all. Cant find info on how to age processing tools the they can age arrowheads by style of construction. My finds get a light scrubbing with only water and a bristle brush with the idea of preserving datable pollen/DNA in the cracks, might be a home kit some day and we can age these. Nice pieces get mineral oil and tobacco.
I have 4 short vidoes of this collection showing them in greater detail. This collection is custom framed in a durable, barn board shelf made of reclaimed materials. The hardware I use to keep the tools locked in are made of vinyl tubing over the fasteners to prevent contact with metal.This pinches the tools in place and the vinyl ads extra grip. You can lean this frame forward on its face without the tools falling out.
The top rail is also a handle to lift and carry it. Ready to display, easy to move, easy to fasten in and out for handeling the tools/ Now you can display big artifacts and with a screw driver you can add or remove pieces as well. The display is stunning setting on the floor, a counter top or table, but also looks amazing hanging on a wall. The dimentions of the frame are 25.5"x16"x8.5 and with the stone tools in the frame together the.
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