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An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD
An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD
An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator from Dorset , SOLD
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c.3000 - 2500 B.C. An attractive and very nicely worked Neolithic flint fabricator fashioned from a blue, grey and white coloured flint found near Ashmore, Dorset and from an old collection. [Fabricators, as the name suggests were all purpose gouging, boring, flaking, cutting tools used to manufacture other items from various materials, possibly even for retouching the blade edges of smaller flint tools].This fabricator has a smooth flat underside with a central medial ridge of pebble cortex with blade edges expertly worked away and retouched on either side together with defined functional point. Totally intact and in lovely condition with good surface patination and ageing, a very nice example of the type, 80mm long x 23mm wide x 13mm thick.


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