Through eons of time, pre-historic Man has made their tools from stone. From simple bone smashing hand held choppers, to more elaborate clovis fluted spear points to more modern arrowheads. The most prized of materials for pre-historic stone tool development was volcanic glass known as Obsidian. Flintknapper Dale Duby creates his Obsidian knives using the same techniques used by pre-historic man. Using only the finest Obsidian, Dale uses the techniques of grinding, abrading, percussion and pressure flaking to produce the blades in creating these fine knives.

The handles are made from shed antler and real jaw bones. Each knife somes with a certificate of authenticity and display stand. Each knife is a one of a kind art piece for the true collector of fine knives.