Bout Coupe Handaxe
59,000-41,000 BP Middle Palaeolithic
A distinctive style of handaxe created towards the end of the Middle Palaeolithic, used as a tool for butchery. The Bout Coupe handaxe is unique to British prehistory and relatively rare within it's timeline.
The Bout Coupe Handaxe is handmade and so varies in size from 13-14cm The product received may be slightly different in colour/appearance to the image due to natural variations in the flint rock.
This replica tool is sharp and should only be purchased by people over the age of 18. This tool is not a toy