This is an authentic 4 11/16" x 3 5/8" x 5/8" stone banded slate wing bannerstone that shows good old patina and is from Stark Co Co Ohio. It is in first stage, as made condition, with no modern work done what so ever. It shows a good old polish and is very tin and well made. It even has a worm track that is eye appealing. This relic type is est. to be 6,000-2,000 years old
Prehistoric Native American Very Large Stone Bowl
A very large, very heavy, prehistoric Native American stone bowl from Southern California. Such a bowl would have taken hundreds of hours to carve, and would have been left in place for the tribe's return when moving temporarily from a village site. This piece was discovered in a field by a farmer whose plow tangled with it, and left numerous marks from the contact, giving it further character. Intact, unrepaired, and rare. Weight approximately: 38.6 kilos / 85 lbsHeight: 28 cm / 11…
The Largest Arrowhead Identification Database | OverstreetID.com
The Official Overstreet Indian Arrowhead Identification Online Database showcases over 1,000 individual point types, 60,000 photographs, and much more. Browse the Overstreet Database to identify arrowheads of all shapes and sizes from nine different regions.
Native American Artwork Featuring Chuck Raymond: American Indian Artifact, Metate (Grinding Stone) and Mano (Stone Maul)
On temporary display, at the Sioux City Public Museum, with the artwork created by Native American artist Chuck Raymond are American Indian artifacts he used in the creation of his illustrations, paintings and portraits. Metate (Grinding Stone) and Mano (Stone Maul): Previous articles in the series: Native American Artwork Featuring Chuck Raymond: Introduction Native American Artwork Featuring Chuck Raymond: Native Illustrations Native American Artwork Featuring Chuck Raymond: Previous…