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A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79)
A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79)
A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79) A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79) A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79) A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer, Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hants (N79)
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Early Neolithic c.5,000-3,000 B.C. A pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint Awl / Borer found many years back in the Avon Valley, Fordingbridge, Hampshire and from a Hampshire Geologists collection. Expertly fashioned from a pleasant mottled dark & light grey flint with a thick main body / handle and a finely worked and well defined pointed awl / borer point. This nice little tool would have been used for boring holes in wood, or through animal hides to form stitch holes. Intact with a most attractive surface ageing and a shiny old patination, an appealing example of the type, 70mm long x 28mm wide x 25mm thick