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New Abrade Stone Pressure Knapping Ishi Stick Obsidian Chert Flint Abrading Rock For Sale

New Abrade Stone Pressure Knapping Ishi Stick Obsidian Chert Flint Abrading Rock

Stone Culture
PresentsThe Only Abrader you'll ever need!!!A-ni-wa-ya
Retail Value: $19.99Keith Hull ORIGINAL PIECE!!!

Each tool is tested and inspected personally by Keith Hull of Stone Culture before it's sold!

We are not a volume dealer, each piece is hand chosen to be sold at sale.Look for us on Facebook: Stone Culture in Port Orchard, WA

Overall Length:About 4 3/4" X 1 1/4" inches 12.1+ Centimeters!!!Style: Hand Held Ribbed Course Grit! (Heavy Duty!)Type: Course Grit Abrading Tool!!This is the only abrading tool you will ever need, it will last you many years! Free videos available!SKU: SCPF000002Shipping: $3.99 to USA / $6.99 to Canada / $11.00 to Europe.

Are you thinking of trying out flint knapping? Don't be fooled by cheap replica's of this OFFICIAL STONE CULTURE TOOL! Fore-runners of what has become one of the most popular functional art hobbies in the world, we've spent many years researching and developing the perfect tools for the modern flint knapper. This abrading stone is no exception. High Quality and heavy grit, it's the only abrading tool you will ever need. Made to fit any hand, and convexed with raised ribs make hand grinding very fast and efficient. The fine tuned shape makes spot grinding very precise and much easier to pick up those troublesome islands. THIS IS A MUST HAVE FOR EVERY FLINT KNAPPER!
Our Authentic pressure flaker was designed by Keith Hull of Stone Culture. Keith's been knapping precision Stone Blades and Tools for over 12 years. His experience and techniques have lead to the development of the PERFECT FLAKING TOOL!!! Now you too can benefit from his years of toil and re-tooling, by owning one of his official tools. Each flaker is hand tested and used by Keith himself, before it is sold.
Made from heavy duty Neoprene with TWO set screws for adjusting the length of the flaking point. Hammered Copper Alloy makes this flaker last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. Just use a hammer and anvil to pound the copper tip back into shape, and you'll never need to file it! By reshaping the tool in this way, the malleable copper will just go on and on.
Also available upon request are instructional videos that are FREE!!! Watch Keith use this tool to make a beautiful blade, and benefit from his amazing tips and tricks for overcoming difficulties.
Stone Culture offers a HUGE variety of preforms and blanks made from the highest quality obsidian, flint, chert and more exotic materials on market.

About Stone Culture:
Keith's works are highly sought after, and collected throughout the international art world. His work is on display in many galleries and museums throughout the USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The sophistication of his work is unbelievably unique. His flake lines are uniform and exact, giving his pieces an authentic and traditional look and feel. His work rivals that of the late Grey Ghost, and has recently been compared to the greatest knappers of the world by the American Paleontologist Society.
Recipient of much praise and many coveted awards, Keith has been instrumental in establishing guidelines and regulations that govern the sales of Native American artifacts. The original founder of Stone Culture, he has sought to enforce integrity in representation of arrowheads and other stone blades. In 2003, Stone Culture so impressed the executives of , that new regulations were formed to prevent the sale of fake artifacts on , and preserve the rights of Native American Cultures.
Stone Cultureknives have someAstounding flake lines, unbelievably uniform and exact. Very well balanced, and beautiful beyond words. Look closely and you will see the stone come alive with centuries ofdepth and marbling. Theblades are hand knappedfrom veryrare and colorfulpieces of a variety of stone, some that is only mined in the Paiute country ofOregon.It's hard to capture the amazing colorslaced throughout Obsidan Opaque blades. A knife of this Stone Culture caliber is suitable as a highlighted centerpiece to any collection. DEFINITELY THEONE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR.
Other members: Neil Fehr hails from the wilderness country of Plum Coulee Canada. His carvings have been purchased and displayed throughout the art world. His mediums include native species of natural and exotic woods, Elk, Deer, and Moose antler, Wooly Mammoth and more. Neil is considered to be a story-teller of the days of old, who expresses himself through his sculptures. Equally as sought after as Keith Hull, this combination knife is as unique as it is valuable!
Neil expresses the Spiritual beliefs and Power of the Viking. It also reflects the terrifying power of the Grey Wolf, who was respected as being a courier to the afterlife. Highly regarded for it's spiritual powers, Blood Stone Obsidian was regarded as a gift from the rain god Ilyap'a.
This knife is befitting for a Shaman or Cheiftan of great prestige. It will no doubt bring about prosperity and good health to the beholder. Suitable for display or Ceremonial Dance Rituals, this knife is Larry Adcock is one of our more traditional style knappers, and is featured on several websites, for his profound knapping ability. Larry also does award winning blades in the PrecissionFlakeOver Grind Metheod as well.We currently have only one of his blades left, that will be listed soon.
Ray Hill is a powerful knapper from the midwest. His precision blades are as sharp and perfect as they come. His scar lines are uniform in width and length, leaving you astounded that such a blade can be created from stone. His blades aloneoften reach prices of$120.00to $175.00 each. Ray has been acclaimed asone of the top 3 knappers in the United Statesof Sytsma of Shelton Washington is a phenominal knapper with a knack for making traditional style points. He works with more unusual and rare kinds of Obsidian, ranging from Midnight Lace, Rainbow,Silver Sheen, Gold Sheen, Velvet, andBorealis Obsidians. Lewis'blades are highly sought after.
Fred Rains is a Native American Indian from Wenatchee Washington. Fred has a family history including a shaman, and hunting chief. He was raised as a member of the Rabbit Society until the age 12, when he was initiated into manhood. Fred has been carving, and beading since his youth, and has been a proud member of Stone Culture since 2003.
Kenneth Eley is an amazing artist that hails from the small town of Castledale Utah. New to Stone Culture, but not new to knapping, Ken originally started as a percussion knapper, and learned the flat knapping technique under the tutelage of World Renown Keith Hull. "I think of myself as a story teller, and the rock that I use is the canvas that I use to tell the story. Stone Culture is a brotherhood to me, and I've found inspiration meeting knappers all over the world."
Born in 1985, Ken can trace his ancestry back to the moorlands of Scottland. His work contains many different materials, including Obsidian from around the world, Novaculite, Flint, Chert, Agate, and other more exotic materials.
Grady Bowen is a31 years old Flint Knapper from Utah State. He has been knapping for Only3 years, and is one of the most promising upcoming knappers in Stone Culture.Already collected Internationally, Grady is a member in good standing ofthe Utah Valley Knapping Association.Heis known for his talent as both a Percussion and Precission style knapper. His custom designed tomahawks and stone knives are made withreal sinew and hide glue. Some of his more exotic materials include Springbok, Buffalo, and Johnsonis an astounding assetto Stone Culture. He is 1/4 Cherokee Indian, with ancestors fromthe TeneseeMountains and Kentucky plains. One of his relatives came through on the Trail of Tears. One is rolled up in the Daws Book of records.The other oneis rolled up in the Miller/Baker books. G.L resides in North East Oklahoma & has been flint knapping for the last 7 years.
Don Hustiehails from the rural areas of Pryor Oklahoma. His Grandmother was 3/4 Cherokee Indian,and he is rolled into the books side of thefamily. At nearly 69 years old, he is a respected elder and an adept knapper. His work is world renown, and collected all over the world.Interpretation is found in Native American folklore and history.
The Wolf has been known throughout time to be the largest Cherokee clan. During the time of the Peace Chief and War Chief government setting, the War Chief would come from this clan. Wolves are known as protectors. At some Cherokee ceremonial grounds, the Wolf arbor is to the left of the Blue We accept paypal, ONLY unless other prior arrangments are made. Good luck offerding and May the Great Spirit bless you with good hunting this holiday Culture has beenrecognized with many awards and honors. Keith and Ken Hull, two ofour founders, are known as two of the greatest living Flake Over Grind and Precision flint knappers in the world today. They have beencenterfold featuredin flint knapping magazines, andhave spoken on many circuits throughout the Untied States Of American. Their knives are collected around the world, and are featured in many international displays.

~Keith Hull
Stone Culture

Obsidian is extremely sharp and dangerous.It is used by plastic surgeons for costmetic facial reconstruction, because can split to the molecule, resulting in a shard 100 times sharper than a razor blade. We are not responsible for any cuts or abrasions resulting from handling it. Always wear protectivegear when handling this material. This is not a toy, and children should be closely supervised when handling such a dangerous item. Shipping to Europe may take up to 10 days or more. We cannot help this. Please do not leave negative response for us, as shipping time is in the hand of USPS. Items must be paid for within 7 days, or other arrangements must be made. Items not paid for are subject to negative response. PLEASE consider seriously purchasing the shippers insurance, we are not responsible for items damaged in shipping. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CAN ONLY BE TRACKED IF SHIPPING INSURANCE IS PURCHASED.

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