Five Central and South American stone tools, circa 3000 B.C. – 1000 A.D.
Works of Art, Antiquities | O86kua | Online auction | 905 Lots
DescriptionA heavy axe with a broad neck made of grey rock. Few old chippings. Otherwise intact. Length 14 cm. A small axe of grey rock, broken off towards the cutting edge. Length 8 cm. A stone axe of grey rock with pierced hole and shaft band. The slightly curved blade is broken off at the back. Length 10 cm. A knife-like blade. White rock. Intact. Length 17 cm. A small, flat river pebble of grey rock with a perforation at the top. Intact. Length 5 cm.
Provenance: Southern German collection, taken over from the father. Acquired by the father in South and Central America in the 1960s.
Condition: II - III Questions about the lot?