|Dimensions||1.12 × .43 in|
Woodland – The hole has been broken off but it is still a cool little artifact. Has 14 incised tally marks on one side and is made of what looks to be coal.
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This piece was found in association with many Woodland Period artifacts. It is fashioned out of channel coal. It is probably a pottery trowel but it is on the small side. It could be an ear spool but it is on the large side. Contact me if you have better information.
This is the most used abrader I have ever seen. The pictures don’t do it justice. It has been used in every direction on all sides. It has had a couple more recent brushes with some farm equipment but is still a fine example of a Native American sharpening and polishing tool.