Relearning The Ancient Mastery Of
Those Natural Resources Around Us.
Today we have forgotten much that was
known. Yet, around the world, curious
minds and active hands are once again
learning to practice many of the ancient
skills, such as flint knapping.
Somewhere, every day, the sounds of
stone against stone, bone against stone,
even soft metal against stone, ring out
across the land.
For those who are again learning to use
these ancestral skills, the satisfaction
gained from a successful, intentional
stone fracture, from a blow well struck, is
both rewarding and captivating. If we can
do it once, surely we can repeat the effort,
with equal success. That is indeed the
challenge. And the joy.
And, just like the ancients, we find
ourselves seeking out unusual and
beautiful stone with which to work. The
human spirit still takes pride and glory
from both the wonder of the stone and
the skill of the work. The combination of
growing, skilled craftsmanship and the
natural beauty of the material reveals
both the soul of the stone and the heart
of the stone breaker.
Flint Knapping ... Stone Age Craftsmanship In The Space Age
Spear and Lance Points made by F. Scott Crawford, flint knapper and webmaster of this website,
www.ARROWHEAD-MakeYourOwn.com and of www.StoneBreaker-FSC.net. He is also the author and
publisher of the copyrighted, featured instructional publication: "How To Make Your Own ARROWHEAD".
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We also offer our Beginner's Flint
Knapping Kit, which brings you the fully
illustrated instruction brochure, two
different kinds of copper-tipped and
deer antler tine pressure flaking tools,
a leather pad to cushion the stone
pieces while you work on it, and 18
flakes of obsidian and flint the right
size for making arrowheads. The
Beginner's Knapping Kit is available
for $29.95, plus $7.20 Priority Mail by
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|This group of
points features the
lance point style
the Paleo Indian
continued in use
into the early
They were used to
hunt large game
across the Great
Plains, from the
east to the
Canada south to
Texas. These were
made in 2005 A.D.
from heat treated
This collection of "Paleo-Indian" and "Archaic" period style spear points and knife blades
represents a few days work with "Keokuk Chert" from northeastern Oklahoma. The
spalled and heat-treated stone was provided by Craig Ratzat of Neolithics.com from his
quarry. These were all made in 2006 A.D.
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