These CAPSIAN TRADITION arrowheads were found on an exposed African Neolithic site in the Sahara Desert in Northwest Africa. Each was masterfully fashioned by African Neolithic humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) between 10,000 and 4,700 years ago. Each is an exceptional and complete specimen, high-graded out of hundreds and hundreds of inferior examples. Some of these have sold in auctions for nearly the price we ask for the set! The large one in the center would have likely been mounted on a pole and used as a spear.
All of these arrowheads were fashioned out of chert and flint, and are both unifacial and bifacial in design. Each represents some of the many different styles found in this time period and tool tradition. Superb patina and wind sheen can be seen from long-term desert exposure.