Here we have, a very rare, hard to find, Native American stone gouge tool.
Excellent condition, with very little wear.
Made from a speckled hard stone.
These were used to make wooded bowls, and to chip out canoes or boats.
They used wooded hammers or clubs to keep from breaking the stone gouge.
This one is in great condition, as you can see in the photos. What few I have seen
have had broken or chipped edges.
It was found in Steuben County, N.Y., according to the person that dug it up.
Came from a large local collection.
It measures 6 5/8" long, 1 3/4" wide, and is 7/8" thick.
The photos are part of the description, so check them out well.
Very nice piece of Native American history!!!
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