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Arrowhead Protection Ring
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Description and Definition of Arrowheads: Arrowheads or Arrow points are the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow. An Arrowhead point or tip made of stone, bone, or horn is generally less than 1 inch (25 mm) in length and weighs under 15 grams. Arrowheads are regarded as Native American artifacts and are attributed no earlier than the Woodland phase of North American prehistory that is now generally viewed as a cultural developmental stage dating from about 3,200 to 1,000 years ago. Metal Arrowheads were used following the introduction of different metals by the Europeans in the 1500 and 1600s.

Making Stone Arrowheads
The early arrowheads were made of a hard stone such as Flint that was sharpened into a projectile point by the process of Flintknapping. To make a projectile point, like an arrowhead, the piece of flint was directly struck with a hammerstone to remove large sharp flakes and break it into usable, thinner pieces of stone. The next step in making stone arrowheads is called pressure flaking. Pressure flaking was achieved by placing a pointed tool, such as an antler horn, on the edge of the stone, and applying inward pressure to the tool to remove a small, thin flake from the stone. The objective of pressure flaking was to shape and refine the projectile point - the arrowhead. Notching was the final step in making arrowheads. The notches were made using a combination of pressure flaking and abrading (grinding) to carve out the gaps that allow the arrowhead to be bound to an arrow shaft.

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Details: Adjustable Brass Pad Ring Settings, Flat Round, Silver, Tray: 10mm; 18mm

crystal is 20-30 x 15-25 mm random Specimen


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