An exceptional and rare example a Paleo Clovis Preform Knife found in Knox County Ohio. In excellent condition with overall patina and mineralization. Beautifully made with outstanding workmanship and Clovis biface reduction technology. Exhibits some large edge to edge outre passe percussion flaking and interestingly, secondary flaking along the edges that suggest use as a knife. Base features a prominent fluting nipple, an anciently ground and prepared striking platform set up for fluting. An exceptional and important artifact, very rare at this stage in reduction. Made of very high quality and colorful Flint Ridge with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 5 3/16" x 2 1/16".
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