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This unique pointed and waisted stone tool was found at Skara Brae, Sandwick, Orkney and probably dates from the late Neolithic (3200-2400 BC)
Like several other sculped stones from Orkney, it was maunfactured from a very fine grained mid grey siltstone with rare mica and has been carefully ground and polished to shape.
L:223mm, B:66.1mm, T:60.4mm. W: 802.8g.
NMS X.HA 665. © National Museums Scotland.