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Artefacts for sale, the destination for high-quality artefacts mainly from Africa. We source directly from the upper Saharan regions, trading with the indigenous peoples of each region. In our discoveries over the last few decades, we have discovered many rare and beautiful objects. Some traded through generations across the continent of Africa and into Europe. Our speciality is the treasures of the unfathomable land.

  1. Ostrich Eggshell Beads main view

    Ostrich Eggshell Beads

    £22.00
    Ostrich eggshell beads are prehistorically fashioned from ostrich eggshell by Neolithic man. Renowned African workmanship dating back to the Neolithic era some 12,000 to 2,000 years. Ostrich eggshell bead necklaces are also known in Egyptian tombs as a sacred sentiment for love ones. You will receive an ancient bead with certificate document from The Fossil Store and a Riker display mount box with glazed viewing lid, please review all images below. Type: Neolithic Ostrich eggshell beads. Age: Neolithic era, Capsian Tradition, approximately between 12,000 to 2,000 years. Origin: Western Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Average diameter: 6 mm Approximate weight: 0.5 g Learn More
  2. Argentinean Meteorite Fragments Main View

    Argentinian Meteorite Fragments

    £42.00
    Here's your chance to purchase one of our specimen meteorite 3 Gram fragments from the Chaco, Argentinian Meteorite. With only a few left, you will receive a single piece as seen in the illustrations to the left in our images, each one varies in size and weight however only very slightly. These meteorites form part of a recent discovery found close to the Chaco meteor fall, which entered earths atmosphere in 1572 when seen by indians indigenous to the region. Type: Meteorite. (Iron/Octahedrite/Coarse). Type IA. Age: (Discovery, 1572) Space age is unknown. Origin: Gran Chaco Gualambo, Chaco in Argentina. Meteorite measurements. Height: 0.5 cm Width: 1.3 cm Depth: 0.8 cm Average weight: 0.003 g Learn More
  3. NWA Meteorite 33 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 33g

    £72.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 33 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 2.3 cm Width: 3 cm Depth: 3 cm Approximate weight: 0.033 g Learn More
  4. NWA Meteorite 31 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 31g

    £82.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 31 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 1.7 cm Width: 4.3 cm Depth: 2 cm Approximate weight: 0.031 g Learn More
  5. Neolithic Loom Weight main view

    Neolithic Loom Weight 42mm

    £82.00
    Neolithic loom weight, an interesting smooth to the touch, finely polished surface Neolithic stone artefact, for use as a loom weight with a slightly off-centre hole demonstrating a top heavy bias, most likely due to the forces during use, effectively worn by the twine. The earliest Neolithic stone weight was found in central Europe whereas this particular loom weight was discovered in the Mali desert of North Africa. Type: Neolithic loom weight. Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BCE. Origin: Mali Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Loom diameter measurements: 4.2 cm Approximate weight: 54 g Learn More
  6. NWA Meteorite 62 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 62g

    £92.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 3.9 cm Width: 4.9 cm Depth: 2.7 cm Approximate weight: 0.062 g Learn More
  7. NWA Meteorite 56 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 56g

    £102.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 56 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 3.6 cm Width: 4 cm Depth: 2.5 cm Approximate weight: 0.056 g Learn More
  8. NWA Meteorite 68 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 68g

    £102.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 68 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 3.7 cm Width: 4.2 cm Depth: 2.6 cm Approximate weight: 0.068 g Learn More
  9. TFS0036

    NWA Meteorite - 32g

    £123.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 32 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 2.3 cm Width: 4.4 cm Depth: 1.7 cm Approximate weight: 0.032 g Learn More
  10. NWA Meteorite 69 Grams

    NWA Meteorite - 69g

    £142.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite of 69 grams separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Meteorite measurements. Height: 2.3 cm Width: 4.7 cm Depth: 3.2 cm Approximate weight: 0.069 g Learn More
  11. New Stone Age Adze 136mm

    New Stone Age Axe 136mm

    £272.00
    Neolithic Stone Age Celt or Hand Axe, with excellent preservation exhibiting an attractive palate of colours within the chert stone. Perhaps once a prized possession to one of our ancestors, captivated by the colours as much as we are today. Read the full description below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian culture, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Length: 13.6 cm Width: 5.2 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,317 g Learn More
  12. Neolithic Stone Pestle 270mm

    Neolithic Stone Pestle 270mm

    £322.00
    Neolithic stone pestle 270mm, an appealing prehistorically designed and manufactured domestic artefact, with an excellent patina. Displaying tones of stone green and cedar browns, these highlighted with use the artefact has endured. This use has gifted us with the footprint patination of the ancient world. The patina on prehistoric objects is crucial evidence of the time in use, further wear, by erosion, or sometimes as what is referred to with artefacts from this region of the world, desert varnish are important pointers, particularly with prehistoric Saharan artefacts, in identification. This artefact has those crucial trademarks. Type: Neolithic stone pestle. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Unclassified Location, Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Pestle measurements. Length: 27 cm Width: 6.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,597 g Learn More
  13. Caspian Culture Quern 173mm

    Capsian Culture Quern 173mm

    £322.00
    A Quern Grinding Stone, the early Capsian age artefact fashioned into a bowl form, discovered on the surface of the desert region of the western Saharan, North African ténéré. Type: Neolithic grinding stone. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 10,000 to 6,000 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, North Africa. Dimensions. Height: 4.6 cm Width: 18.8 cm Depth: 13.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,706 g Learn More
  14. Archaic Bronze Age Bangle 135mm

    Archaic Bronze Age Bangle 135mm

    £342.00
    A beautiful archaic Bronze Age bangle, time has favourably affected the bronze creating a vibrant oxidisation of vivid fern and pistachio greens creating a lovely palate of colours known as a verdigris patina. Type: Archaic bronze age bangle. Age: Bronze age, 2,500 C to 800 BC. Lasting for approximately 1,700 years. Origin: Mali, Morocco, North Africa and traded through European tradesman in the early 1900's. Bangle measurements. Inner diameter: 13.5 cm Approximate weight: 287 g Learn More
  15. Neolithic Quern 188mm

    Neolithic Quern 188mm

    £392.00
    Quern Grinding Stone the most attractively fashioned grinding stone discovered desert in the western Saharan North African ténéré. Type: Neolithic grinding stone. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, North Africa. Dimensions. Height: 4.6 cm Width: 18.8 cm Depth: 13.1 cm Approximate weight: 1,358 g Learn More
  16. Caspian Culture Stone Age Pallet 164mm

    Capsian Culture Stone Age Pallet 164mm

    £392.00
    Caspian Culture Stone Age Quern grinding stone (pallet?) artefact the fine grained stone object discovered in the western Saharan ténéré of North Africa. Type: Neolithic grinding stone. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 10,000 to 6,000 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, North Africa. Dimensions. Height: 4.5 cm Width: 16.3 cm Depth: 10.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,737 g Learn More
  17. Pre Inca Bone Awl 82mm

    Pre Inca Bone Awl 82mm

    £392.00
    Etching marks on the polished surface of this awl denotes a form of decoration or alternatively from when the bone was cut to shape, this yet has to be determined, however these markings are the signature of the ancient producing the artefact, characteristics of the Atacameños culture that produced it. Read the full description below... Type: Bone Awl Pre Inca, Atacameños people. Period: 500 AD Origin: Patagonia (Chile). Overall measurements. Length: 8.2 cm Width: 0.7 cm Depth: 0.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,004 Kg Learn More
  18. Neolithic Stone Age Quern 424mm

    Neolithic Stone Age Quern 424mm

    £392.00
    A large Quern Grinding Stone of typical Neolithic period (Capsian culture), form. Discovered on an open site find in the western Sahara ténéré, North Africa. Type: Neolithic grinding stone. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, North Africa. Dimensions. Height: 5.0 cm Width: 28.9 cm Length: 42.4 cm Approximate weight: 6,100 g Learn More
  19. Neolithic Stone Age Hand Tool 110mm

    Neolithic Stone Age Hand Tool 110mm

    £442.00
    Banded stone Neolithic hand adze, with palate of colour banding of the ancient chert stone. Once a prized possession to an ancestor, captivated by the chalcedony stone as much as we may be today. Read the full description below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Length: 11 cm Width: 4.5 cm Depth: 1.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,122 g Learn More
  20. Neolithic Hand Axe 143mm

    Neolithic Hand Axe 143mm

    £472.00
    The surface of this Neolithic hand tool is of a fine grade, the once polished surface still holds the quality of the manufacturer centuries posts his work. An exceptional piece of history from a classic collection zone in North Africa. Read more below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Handaxe measurements. Length: 14.3 cm Depth: 4.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,743 g Learn More
  21. Stone Age Hand Axe 176mm

    Stone Age Hand Axe 176mm

    £482.00
    New Stone Age chert Hand Axe set onto museum quality bronze mount, this superb artefact forms part of our group of bronze mounted artefacts from prehistoric periods. The Neolithic hand axe superbly presented yet able to be removed for study. Read the fuller description and condition report below... Type: Neolithic flint hand axe. Age: Neolithic era, approximately 10,000 to 5,000 BCE Origin: Ténéré Central Sahara desert, Mali and Niger borders, Africa. New stone age hand axe dimensions. Height: 13.1 cm Width: 5.0 cm Depth: 1.8 cm New stone age hand axe weight: 0.386 kg New stone age hand axe on stand dimensions. Height: 17.6 cm Width: 7.0 cm Depth: 5.0 cm On stand weight: 0.269 kg Learn More
  22. Neolithic Stone Hand Axe 104mm

    Neolithic Stone Hand Axe 104mm

    £492.00
    A chunky Neolithic stone age hand adze, with excellent preservation with a attractive palate of colours. Perhaps once a prized possession to one of our ancestors, captivated by the chalcedony stone as much as we may be today. Read the full description below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Length: 10.4 cm Width: 7.2 cm Depth: 4.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,383 g Learn More
  23. New NWA Meteorite space rock 234g

    NWA Meteorite - 234g

    £542.00
    A North West Africa (NWA) Meteorite separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Type: NWA H5 Location: Mauritanian desert (open field discovery) Meteorite measurements. Height: 8.0 cm Width: 4.0 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,234 g There is one recorded account of one person being struck by a meteorite in the mid nineteen fifties which was sold for eighteen times the worth of its same weight of gold. Learn More
  24. Neolithic Hand Adze 122mm

    Neolithic Hand Axe 122mm

    £592.00
    Neolithic Stone Age Hand Adze of unique qualities, once a prized possession of a neolithic owner, perhaps captivated by the coloured chert stone which exhibits most unusual and attractive colourations. Read the full description below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Handaxe measurements. Length: 12.2 cm Width: 5.4 cm Depth: 2.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,242 g Learn More
  25. Neolithic grinding stone

    Neolithic Grinding Stone 150mm

    £642.00
    Neolithic Hedgehog Grinding Stone implement, an important artefact from the New Stone Age, the Neolithic brought forth advances in new technologies which are evident in the development of stone tools and in ritualistic stone artefacts. The hedgehog stone shows a stylistic sense of consciousness as early man developed from the basic utilitarian type objects into an expression of his imagination and to adorn objects with stylistic forms and create art within his endeavours to produce objects of beauty. A rare and important Neolithic artefact. Type: Neolithic grinding stone. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Height: 8.8 cm Width: 15 cm Depth: 9.5 cm Approximate weight: 2,046 g Learn More
  26. New NWA Meteorite space rock

    NWA Meteorite - 126g

    £662.00
    Separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Type: NWA H5 Location: Mauritanian desert (open field discovery) Meteorite measurements. Height: 5.8 cm Width: 4.8 cm Depth: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,126 g There is one recorded account of one person being struck by a meteorite in the mid nineteen fifties which was sold for eighteen times the worth of its same weight of gold. Learn More
  27. New NWA Meteorite 290g

    NWA Meteorite - 290g

    £743.00
    Separated from a more substantial meteor body entering the earth’s stratosphere. Formed of semi-molten particles of the solar nebula. By accumulation or coalescence, particles merge to form asteroid belts which in turn fall to more massive planetary bodies such as the earth as meteorites. Meteorites more easily discovered in flat open spaces such as desert regions and specifically Antartica, make collecting a highly specialised field activity. Type: NWA H5 Location: Mauritanian desert (open field discovery) Meteorite measurements. Height: 8.1 cm Width: 5.3 cm Depth: 4.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,290 g There is one recorded account of one person being struck by a meteorite in the mid nineteen fifties which was sold for eighteen times the worth of its same weight of gold. Learn More
  28. Bronze Surmounted Neolithic Axe 213mm

    Bronze Surmounted Neolithic Axe 213mm

    £892.00
    A surmounted Neolithic adze tool having a textured grip surface to the body while retaining the cutting edge polished in prehistory, still narrow and retaining a fine polished edge created by an ancestor manufacturer many centuries ago. An exceptional piece of history discovered in a classic collection zone of North Africa. Read more below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Length: 17.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm width: 5.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,770 g Learn More
  29. Neolithic Stone Artefact 246mm

    Neolithic Stone Artefact 246mm

    £937.00
    Neolithic stone age artefact 246mm set into the fine quality bronze mount, this forms part of our fine range of bronze mounted artefacts from prehistoric periods. The Neolithic hand tool superbly presented yet able to be removed for study. Read our fuller description and condition report below... Type: Neolithic Hand Tool. Age: Neolithic era, approximately 10,000 to 5,000 BCE Origin: Ténéré Central Sahara desert, Niger borders, Africa. New Stone Age Neolithic Hand Tool dimensions. Height: 20.0 cm Width: 5.2 cm Depth: 5.2 cm New Stone Age Neolithic Hand Tool weight: 0.759 kg New Stone Age Neolithic Hand Tool on Stand Dimensions. Height: 24.6 cm Width: 5.2 cm Depth: 7.5 cm On stand Weight: 0.955 kg Learn More
  30. New Neolithic Stone Pestle on Bronze Stand 247mm

    Neolithic Stone Pestle on Bronze Stand 247mm

    £942.00
    Neolithic stone pestle, an appealing prehistoric artefact, with an excellent patina. Displaying tones of stone green and cedar browns, these honed in use. This use has gifted us with the footprint patination of the Neolithic times with a view into the domestic scenes of daily life and the toils of our ancestors. Type: Neolithic stone pestle. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Unclassified Location, Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Overall measurements. Height: 24.7 cm Base Width: 7.5 cm Base Depth: 7.5 cm Base height 2.5 cm Stone pestle measurements. Height: 20.0 cm Width: 6.0 cm Depth: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,955 g Learn More
  31. Fine Neolithic Awl

    Fine Neolithic Awl 85mm

    £992.00
    Fine Neolithic Awl 85mm. A rare Neolithic Awl, exceptional discovery from an open desert site. The preservation for a bone or antler awl is incredible. Possibly from deer antler. A great prehistoric artefact find. Read the full description below... Type: Bone or Antler Awl. TBA Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BCE. Origin: Western Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Awl length measurement: 8.5 cm Approximate weight: 6 g Learn More
  32. Bone Stone Age Awl 107mm

    Bone Stone Age Awl 107mm

    £1,192.00
    The amount of wear on the polished surface of the prehistoric awl is indicative of the human hand to fashion it, time in the earth, passage through the ages and is the signature of an ancient culture. having the characteristics of prehistory. A epiphysis end, a split long bone culture and the polishing to hone a fine point for the use it was intended. Read the full description below... Type: Bone Awl Ages: Upper palaeolithic 50,000 to 10,000 BP Period: Palaeolithic, Old Stone Age Origin: Sub Saharan Africa Overall measurements. Length: 10.7 cm Width: 1.8 cm Depth: 1.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,005 Kg Learn More
  33. Neolithic Hand Axe 261mm

    Neolithic Hand Axe 261mm

    £1,472.00
    Surmounted Neolithic hand tool having a textured grip with a finely polished cutting edge in prehistory, now still narrowly shaped and retaining the fine polished edge of our ancestor manufacturer centuries after his deliberations. An exceptional piece of history discovered in a classic collection zone of North Africa. Read more below... Type: Neolithic hand axe. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Overall measurements in stand. Height: 26.1 cm Depth: 6.2 cm width: 7.5 cm Hand axe measurements. Length: 17.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm width: 5.4 cm Approximate weight: 1,145 g Learn More
  34. Palaeolithic Clovis Shaped Adze 295mm

    Palaeolithic Clovis Shaped Axe 295mm

    £1,792.00
    A Palaeolithic quartzite Acheulean hand axe of exceptional size displaying exceedingly well in a bronze cradle mount of a sophisticated design. The skill of mounting is one of exacting precision which, when achieved with a well-practised eye, completes the process to museum exhibit standard. A combination of ancient history and art in a union of perfection. The Acheulian hand axe composed of granular quartzite, the axe now honed to a fine prehistoric desert varnish, the term varnish refers to the surface which has attained, through aeons, a good and natural desert weathering, a patina familiar to the regions arduous extreme weather conditions. The caramel colour of the quartzite complimented with the dark bronze tone of the mount. Read more below... Type: Acheulean quartzite hand axe. Age: Acheulian to Mousterian era, approximately 1.900,000 BP to 40,000 BP.1 Origin: Ténéré Central Sahara desert, Southern Algeria, Mali and Niger borders, Africa. Overall measurements in stand. Length: 29.5 cm Depth: 7.3 cm width: 10.0 cm Hand axe measurements. Length: 22.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm width: 11.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,403 g Learn More
  35. Palaeolithic Clovis Shaped Adze 278mm

    Palaeolithic Clovis Shaped Axe 278mm

    £1,792.00
    A Palaeolithic quartzite Acheulean hand axe of exceptional size displaying exceedingly well in a bronze cradle mount of a sophisticated design. The skill of mounting is one of exacting precision which, when achieved with a well-practised eye, completes the process to museum exhibit standard. A combination of ancient history and art in a union of perfection. The Acheulian hand axe composed of granular quartzite, the axe now honed to a fine prehistoric desert varnish, the term varnish refers to the surface which has attained, through aeons, a good and natural desert weathering, a patina familiar to the regions arduous extreme weather conditions. The caramel colour of the quartzite complimented with the dark bronze tone of the mount. Read more below... Type: Acheulean quartzite hand axe. Age: Acheulian to Mousterian era, approximately 1.900,000 BP to 40,000 BP.1 Origin: Ténéré Central Sahara desert, Southern Algeria, Mali and Niger borders, Africa. Overall measurements in stand. Length: 27.8 cm Depth: 5.5 cm width: 13.5 cm Hand axe measurements. Length: 23.0 cm Depth: 4.6 cm width: 13.5 cm Approximate in stand weight: 1,405 g Learn More
  36. Hematite Hand Axe 125mm

    Hematite Hand Axe 125mm

    £1,922.00
    Hematite Hand Axe 125mm in length fashioned by Neolithic hands some 10,200 to 8,800 years ago. The extremely rare manufactured hematite hand axe of exceedingly good proportions produced from a hematite pebble by neanderthal hands from of the Neolithic era. Collected from the Western desert of Morocco, the northern Sahara, in the late 20th century. Type: Hematite hand axe. Age: Neolithic era, Capsian tradition, approximately 10,200 to 8800 BCE. (Eurasia). Origin: Unclassified desert site, Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Hand axe measurements. Length: 12.5 cm Width: 6.5 cm Depth: 4 cm Approximate weight: 938 g Learn More
  37. New Neolithic Stone Pestle on Bronze Stand

    Neolithic Stone Pestle on Bronze Stand 1.3ft

    £1,972.00
    Like a menhir which the character Obelix might have hurled at the advancing Romans the pestle erect in its bronze cradle evokes a prehistoric Asterixian image. A very robust and heavy pestle in excellent condition. Type: Neolithic stone pestle. Age: Neolithic, Capsian Tradition, approximately 8,500 to 6,500 BC. Origin: Unclassified Location, Northern Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Pestle measurements. Length: 35.0 cm Width: 8.0 cm Depth: 8.0 cm Base measurements. Length: 10.0 cm Width: 10.0 cm Height: 2.5 cm Overall weight: 2,996 g Pestle weight: 2,645 g Learn More