Neolithic Hunter's Spear
Product Code: 60701
Order by 3pm for next day deliveryexc. Bank Holidays & Weekends
International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
A contribution from the sale of this product helps us to secure this spectacular and unique heritage for future generations to enjoy.
Stone Age spears were tools for hunting animals. The skills needed to make this tool were developed over many, many generations. A thin, but strong, tree branch was heated by a fire to become flexible then it was straightened by eye to make a smooth shaft for the spear. Next a flintstone was knapped (pressure flaked) by pressing a piece of horn or antler along the edges with great skill. Finally, the shaft was bound to the flintstone head with leather or sinew and at times it was also glued in place with tree sap or pitch (thick natural tar). A great educational aid or accessory to an historical dressing up costume.
- Wooden toy spear
- Made from wood and hessian from sustainable sources
- Handmade in England just 18 miles from Stonehenge
Size: Approx. 57.5 cm long
Age restriction: Not suitable for children under 36 months
Standard Delivery £4.99: Applies to UK standard delivery rate only.
You can expect delivery by Royal Mail or Courier within 7 working days after placing your order.
Next Day Delivery (on orders placed before 3pm. Weekdays only) £6.99:
If order is placed before 3pm, you can expect delivery the following working day (excluding weekends). Please note a signature is required.
Overseas Delivery from £18.00:
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