Early Bronze Age, West Lavington Down axe, reproduction

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Seller: bronz4yew (868) 100%, Location: Fareham, Ships to: GB & many other countries, Item: 223172174767 From the original, using silicone moulds and lost-wax investment. 103mm 150g.West Lavington is half way between Stonehenge and Devizes.A worked flange axe. The design said to have originated in west central Europe.Later than Bush Barrow, it has bold, undecorated stiffening flanges. C 1500BC.No obvious stop ridge on the cheek.On the original, the cutting edge, worked to a broad horned crescent, had been highly polished.Middle row, left, in group photo.This is the type of axe that is carved into the standing stone 53 of Stonehenge. Freepost UK. Overseas please ask. Colour: Bronze, Provenance: original, Devizes Museum, Wiltshire., Material: Bronze, Type: Axes

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