TopNav

Shop

I can make you a wide range of primitive and flint tools, and other artifacts, suitable for museum displays or teaching collections. I have made extensive teaching collections for several British universities including Bristol, Liverpool, Durham and the University of Wales.

Or perhaps you'd like to own a replica for your own collection and enjoyment. They certainly make unusual gifts!

I'd also be delighted to discuss demonstrations and workshops with you. These are carried out in a very friendly manner and tailored to the requirements of individuals, groups and organisations.

If you have any questions or need something specific, please do contact me directly to discuss.

The tools and artifacts are individually crafted from natural materials, so please note that the pictures are examples and actual items may vary in colour and size.

 

@PrimitiveTechUK

  • RT : Today I wouldn't be graduating without all who've supported & inspired this journey; friends & family, & , , staff & students , & Royal Manor school, & anyone not tagged below; Thank you, You are incredible! ,
  • RT : Archaeologists find earliest evidence of bread - 14,000-year-old charred crumbs found in a pair of ancient fireplaces in Jordan Photograph: Alexis Pantos ,
  • Day 3 in Zambia This is just the site that keeps giving. More impressive surface finds today, including two beautiful hammer-stones. It was an early finish today to meet with a local craftsman to discuss... ,
  • Day 2 in Zambia Some fantastic finds today. Some lovely surface finds including a broken hammer-stone (they have been quite illusive) Also from the trench we had an amazing discoidal core ( photo on the finds... ,
  • First day on site and what an amazing place! Walking around finding surface material around 400, 000 years old :-) We are working on a promontary this week overlooking the zambezi. Breath taking! Also met the... ,