My first stone celt find? Not the best shape but very smooth with curvature
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    My first stone celt find? Not the best shape but very smooth with curvature

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    Anyone think it looks right for a broken celt? The edge looks slightly too rounded but it's hard to get an adequate picture. It's very smooth but I can't tell what type of material it is. Doesn't resemble a flint nodule at all due to the inside of the stone showing itself.

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    Difficult to tell from your pics friend but it looks to me like it's a water worn quartz rock that someone may have knocked a few chips from and tossed it.
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    Quartz can be brown and non-crystaline?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snorlax View Post
    Quartz can be brown and non-crystaline?
    It can be brown and the more dense it is, the less "sugary" it is. I'm going mostly by what I see here in E. Central Alabama.
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    Not seeing it

 

 

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