Creswell (Creswellian) Point
The Creswellian is a British Upper Palaeolithic culture named after the type site of Creswell Crags by Dorothy Garrod in 1926.
Creswellian Points were distinctive, sharp flint blades used to tip spears for hunting in the Upper Palaeolithic. The Creswellian Point can be dated to between 13,000 and 11,800 BP.
All these replica Creswellian Points are handmade and so vary in size from 5cm to 8cm. The item received may be slightly different in colour/appearance to the image due to natural variations in the flint rock.
They are very sharp and should not be purchased by anyone under the age of 18. They are not toys.