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We are a group of highly skilled flintknappers that specialize in replicating stone tools and creating lithic art. Our unique hand-made items are intended to be displayed or used. If you collect high quality lithic artwork, please browse our galleries.
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Basics of Flintknapping DVD by Jim Winn
Length: 1 Hour 46 Minutes Price is $20 with shipping. Pa...
Lost Lake in Pierson Chert
Very nice Lost Lake reproduction. Percussion flaked, and ...
Elko point made from polka-dot agate
Here is a real dandy for the keeper case that displays be...
Modern Flintknapping Techniques, 2 DVD set
This is a 2 DVD set which includes the best and most popu...
Monster Dragonskin Ishi
Eight and a half inches of gigantic Ishi goodness knapped...
Solutrean Blade in Pasco Coral
I'm back friends. Here is a nice Solutrean blade percusse...
Mexican Silversheen Obsidian paleo blade
Mexican Silversheen Obsidian
Side Notch in KRF
Nice side notch in a great piece of KRF. The biface I mad...
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My name is Chris Henry and I have been fascinated with stoneage technology ever since I was a small child. When other kids were out playing with hot wheels, you would more likely find me sharpening sticks, building forts, or trying to catch the local pets in box traps. I've always been amazed at the ingenuity our ancestors displayed in carving out a living from hostile environments with nothing but what they could find around them. Mostly simple, always practical, and often elegant, their solutions to survival in a dangerous world never cease to amaze me. The shear inventiveness of these items makes it absolutely plain to me that early man was just as intelligent as we are today. Maybe more so since he didn't have the resources or references available in our modern world. When he was confronted with a problem, there was only tribal lore and his own imagination at hand. And yet, with nothing more than wood, stone, and bone, he managed to colonize just about every corner of the globe before the invention of farming or even the wheel! Here at Paleoarts, I've tried to capture the spirit of those early inventors in the pieces I create. As the name implies, I try to look at their creations as works of art, practical tools and weapons to be sure, but with an eye towards aesthetics. I'm hoping you can share in my appreciation for their craft and that you enjoy my work. Feel free to contact me with any questions about custom designs, pricing, and shipping. Thank you! - Chris Henry
flint tomohawk
Price: $55  |  Date: Mar 02,2011
Status: Sold Price Reduced
large flint axe
Price: $100  |  Date: Mar 01,2011
Status: Sold
Tonkin cane atlatl darts
Price: $18  |  Date: Feb 25,2011
Status: Sold
large hunting bolo
Price: $45  |  Date: Feb 20,2011
Status: Sold Price Reduced
flint tipped pump drill
Price: $70  |  Date: Feb 18,2011
Status: Sold
fantasy stone sword
Price: $125  |  Date: Feb 04,2011
Status: Sold
Inuit style bird bolo
Price: $60  |  Date: Jan 27,2011
Status: Sold Price Reduced
fire bow kit
Price: $45  |  Date: Jan 23,2011
Status: Sold Price Reduced
primitive war club
Price: $175  |  Date: Jan 22,2011
Status: Sold Price Reduced
pine pitch glue
Price: $6  |  Date: Jan 22,2011
Status: Sold
Inuit fish Spear
Price: $85  |  Date: Jan 22,2011
Status: Sold