Neolithic/Bronze Age waisted axehead – flaked flint


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Product Description

This unusual design is quite rare. The body of the axehead narrows to produce a waist which splays out to the cutting edge and the butt of the axehead. This may have been a type retained as a status symbol but it is difficult to say as so few have been found.

You can order this axehead set in a wooden handle, please add “Wooden axe/adze handle” to your order.

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Weight 1000 g


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