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The Art of Flintknapping involves the production of many types of stone tools above and beyond projectile points and knives.   A few of these are replications of actual historical artifacts.   Others are imaginative extensions of Paleolithic tool construction.   These are the ones currently available.   Please directly  CONTACT US  or use this  Special Request Form (pdf)  to obtain a quote for the replication of any other stone tool you might be interested in.   Dr. "Arizona" loves a challenge.
   
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MACHUATL

This is a composite tool which is a replica of the legendary Aztec Obsidian Sword.   It is a long (approximately 2 feet) straight piece of hard wood in which shaped flakes of obsidian have been inserted in a groove down the side.   The handle is leather wrapped with a leather wrist loop.   Available in two varieties, one with a point on the end (pictured) and the other more traditional type without this point.   The blades are not true blades but modified flakes.

Traditional Form
Item #KS100A:
  $175.00
Point Tipped Form
Item #KS100B:
  $200.00
Set of Machuatl Blades
12 Blades - 2 x 3/4 Inches
Item #KS100C:
  $50.00

 
#KS100A - Machuatl Details
#KS100B - Point Tipped Machuatl

 

 

 

 

 

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DISPLAY ARROW

#KS101 - Display Arrow

This arrow is not necessarily made for use but for display.   The arrowhead is one of the many that Dr. Arizona creates.   The shaft is a straight wood dowel.   The fletching is either Turkey or Goose Feathers.   The lashings use artifical sinew.   This arrow will look great over your mantle.

Item #KS101:   $35.00

 
TRADITIONAL HUNTING ARROW

This arrow is a traditionally made arrow that can be used but is specifically made for display.   The arrowhead is one of the many that Dr. Arizona creates.   The shaft is a traditionally straightened syringa wood.   The fletching is either Turkey or Goose Feathers.   The lashings use artifical sinew.   This arrow will look great over your mantle.

Item #KS106:   $55.00

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OBSIDIAN HATCHET

#KS102 - Obsidian Hatchet

This hatchet is not modeled after any particular artifact since an obsidian blade would not stand up to chopping work.   However, hatchets with stone axe blades of this configuration have been found.   This particular example is made simply for display and as a great conversation piece.   The blade is a percussion worked biface hafted into a bone with leather lashing.

Item #KS102:   $35.00

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CHIPPED STONE HATCHET

This hatchet has a Chipped Flint or Chert Stone Axe Head.   The blade is a percussion worked biface hafted into a bone or hard wood handle with leather lashing.

Item #KS103:   $50.00

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POLISHED STONE HATCHET

This hatchet has a Ground and Polished Stone Axe Head.   The Axe Head is hafted into a bone or hard wood handle with leather lashing.   This artifact replicates a very traditional variation found world-wide.

Item #KS104:   $95.00

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Click to see Larger Picture of the Paleolithic Bat'lith

Paleolithic Bat'lith Details

PALEOLITHIC BAT'LITH

Obsidian Blades Edge the Cutting Interior Side of This 3 1/2 Foot Long Bat'Lith.   These Blades are Hafted in a Oak Plywood Handle with Clear Epoxy.   This is a Unique Artifact from the Klingon Archaeological Project of Phoenix Obsidian Designs.   Comes with a Wood and Antler Display Prop, a Carry Bag and a Signed/Numbered Certificate of Authenticity.   A very unique and signature Dr. Arizona creation.

Item #KS110:   $575.00

 

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DECORATIVE HUNTING SPEAR

This Spear has a long straight wood body with a Large Obsidian Spear Biface Point.   The Shaft is decorated with Deerskin, Beads and Feathers.

Item #KS107:   $55.00

THROWING SPEAR

This spear has a lightweight straight wood shaft with a Medium sized point.   The far end has a depression for use on an Atlatl.   Specifically configured for potential use.

Item #KS109:   $135.00

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CAT TOY KNIFE

Small toy knife with a rodent bone handle.   Like the knife you'd expect a cat to make if they had thumbs.

OBSIDIAN - Item #KS105A:   $12.00

CCS - Item #KS105B:   $15.00
Item #KS015 - Cat Toy Knives

 

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STONE MAUL

This Maul has a Polished Stone Head with a rounded end.   The Maul Head is hafted into a bone or hard wood handle with leather lashing.   This artifact replicates a very traditional variation found world-wide.

Item #KS108:   $35.00

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