This type of tanged blade point was initially identified and classified as a projectile point. While this may have been the case in some instances, some experimental Archaeologists, have suggested that by design they also serve extremely well as hafted knives.
The tang can easily be inserted into a deer antler or wooden handle, providing a knife that would function much the same as a modern knife. One of the most beautiful examples of this tool type was found at Creswell Crags
Hand made replica stone tool by Karl Lee, supplied in a gift box and information card. All sizes and weights are estimated as each product is unique. Approx 11cm high.