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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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Beer Bottle Base Notch
I wonder if this was an amber ale bottle? The color is as...
$18.00
Oil Chert Corner Tang by Jeremy Parker
An absolutle stunning corner tang made by Jeremy Parker 2...
$100.00
Spanish Diggings Scottsbluff
This Scottsbluff point is made from Spanish Diggings Quar...
$60.00
Chert Side Notched Arrowhead (eccentric)
I had fun flaking this delicate chert arrowhead! I've ex...
$39.00
Evans point
Louisiana gravel Evans point made by Darrell Jeane
$24.00
Large Clovis
This Clovis is 8 inches long. It's a beast! Made from Peo...
$150.00
Basics of Flintknapping DVD by Jim Winn
Length: 1 Hour 46 Minutes Price is $20 with shipping. Pa...
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Arrowhead - Fused Glass (black with a blue tip) Side Notched Point
This is a very neat color combination in fused glass! Th...
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Brad Harrison

I'm a TN knapper that uses mostly rock from that region with colorful Horse creek chert and Buffalo river chert being my favorites. The horse Creek chert you will see is a very rare material that is hard to find and was highly sought after by the Native Americans for tools and trade. Prices of authentic points out of this jasper bring 2 - 5 times more than same point types out of other materials.
Points are flaked to type with rock used matching point type for that region as well. What that means is you get a point that looks like something you picked up off the river bank minus the patina that comes with age. I do on occasion enjoy making a point that is more of an art piece than a replication of something old so you will see those mixed in here from time to time.
Points color is not enhanced. I do not wet, oil, or wax my points. This way you see what its going to look like in your case. horsecreekchert@gmail.com
Buffalo River chert
Price: $60  |  Date: Feb 05,2018
Status: Available
 
Motley
Price: $35  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Bakers Creek
Price: $25  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Big Sandy
Price: $25  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Big Sandy
Price: $35  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Lost lake
Price: $30  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Dove tail
Price: $35  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Lost lake
Price: $30  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Pickwick
Price: $35  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Lerma
Price: $30  |  Date: Jan 28,2015
Status: Sold
Pine Tree
Price: $0  |  Date: Jan 26,2014
Status: Sold
Pickwick
Price: $100  |  Date: Apr 09,2013
Status: Sold
Pine tree
Price: $0  |  Date: Oct 14,2011
Status: Sold
Pine Tree
Price: $0  |  Date: Aug 13,2011
Status: Sold
Adena
Price: $125  |  Date: Jun 13,2011
Status: Sold
Dove Tail Brad Harrison
Price: $100  |  Date: May 02,2011
Status: Sold
Dove Tail Brad Harrison
Price: $100  |  Date: Mar 14,2011
Status: Sold
Dove tail Horse Creek chert
Price: $0  |  Date: Apr 26,2010
Status: Sold
Dalton, Horse Creek Chert
Price: $0  |  Date: Oct 15,2009
Status: Sold
Horse creek chert
Price: $115  |  Date: Jan 30,2018
Status: Sold
Box of HORSE CREEK CHERT.
Price: $145  |  Date: Feb 25,2015
Status: Sold