Awesome 6" AGATE BASIN HASKETT artifacts

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 03,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Up for auction is this 6" Agate Basin style point made from Rainbow obsidian. It is a wide and thin modern made point with a good flaking pattern. Scroll to the bottom to see the other side.

I make a wide variety of point types. Clovis, Folsom, Dalton, Plainview, Cody pieces such as Red River Knives, Scottsbluff, Eden and Alberta, Hardin, Dovetail, Lost Lake, Pine Tree, Calf Creek, Adena, Snyder and so on. A wide variety of cherts and jaspers are also used from many states, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky,Tennessee, Illinois, as well as some obsidian from California, Oregon and Mexico.

Check my feedback to see what my customers are saying. I have over 1300 positive feedbacks. All points in my auctions were made by me, unless stated otherwise.

I offer a 14 day moneyback guarantee if for some reason you are not satisfied with your purchase.

I prefer checks, moneyorders, but will except Paypal. Will combine all your purchases for one shipping fee.

Be sure to check out all my auctions for more great points.

Good luck and happy bidding! Thanks for looking!

About the Artist.....Kevin Young begin Flintknapping in 1982 at the age of 18. What started out as a curiosity of " how the indians made those points" has turned into a 24 + year journey. He learned to do percussion knapping with traditional tools, hammerstone, deer antler billets and deer antler tyne pressure flakers. This phase lasted 12 years. Around 1994 he started using copper tools. Although he still enjoys using " abo " tools, copper tools are more durable and less expensive so most of the work is done with these. No flake over grinding is done on the points.

I would like to take this opportunity to Thank all of you who have bought points from me in the past. I look forward to doing business with you again.

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