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A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD
A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD
A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw, Grand Pressigny, France SOLD
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c.4000 B.C. A good sized and pleasant Neolithic denticulated flake saw found many years back in the famous Prehistoric site of Grand Pressigny, France and from an old Hampshire collection. Expertly fashioned from a large thin section flake of attractive honey / toffee coloured flint, so synonymous with this area of France and has a flat underside and a raised medial ridge on the upper surface long its length, falling away from this are finely worked and still sharp blade edges with the main convex blade carefully knapped along its edge to form sharp denticulations (saw teeth) all along its length. Totally intact and in excellent condition with nice surfaces and colouration, a good sized, simple yet appealing Neolithic hand saw from a notable location, 78mm long x 50mm at widest, 10mm tapering to 3mm thick at blade edge.