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Axehead, polished axehead

This is a ground and polished stone axe head from Eastern Canada made of granite. The fine finish on this tool is the result of many hours work by a...

Axehead

This axehead was made in a multi-part mould so that a hollow socket is formed. The handle of the axe can be fixed into this socket so it was less...

Axehead, polished axehead

This is a ground and polished stone axe from Nigeria. Hours of work by a craftsman were needed to make it the shape you see today. It would have been...

Axehead

This axehead is made from Greenstone found in Cornwall. We do not know whether this stone was quarried or collected as beach pebbles. Stone axes were a vital tool for...

Axehead

This axehead is made from Greenstone found in Cornwall. We do not know whether this stone was quarried or collected as beach pebbles. Stone axes were a vital tool for...

Jade axehead

This axehead is made of stone from the Italian Alps but was shaped in Brittany. It was brought to Devon hundreds of years after it was made. It must have...

Axehead

This axehead is made from Greenstone found in Cornwall. We do not know whether this stone was quarried or collected as beach pebbles. Stone axes were a vital tool for...

Socketed axehead

This axe was a woodworking tool but could have been used as a weapon. The wooden handle fitted into the hollow socket at the base of the axehead and...

Replica double axehead

This is a copy of a copper axehead which was found in Topsham, Devon and is now in the British Museum. These axes were made in Cyprus 3,000 years ago....