Northern Europe, Early Bronze Age, ca. 2000 to 1500 BCE. A large axe head with four distinct sides, a thick blade edge, and a central hafting hole carved in the body. The pecked stone has a lovely brown color, and the overall shape resembles a primitive style of boat. A lengthy wooden handle would have been slotted through the hafting hole and secured with tightly-bound strands of reed or leather. Size: 4.875" L x 2.375" W (12.4 cm x 6 cm).
Provenance: ex-private London, England, United Kingdom collection
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