JOMON FLINT ARROWHEADS (Dealer: hotoke) – Sekizoku (Flint arrowhead) for hunting use dated back to Japanese Jomon period (ca. 14000-1000 BCE) organized (designed) and attached to cloth and framed arranged as a refined package of art (abstraction) by its predecessor. Deteriorated and aesthetic vintage wooden frame with glass. Frame: 46 x 38.5 x 2.3cm (18.11 x 15.15 x 0.90in). Hand writing sign of the personal address that is nearby Mizuko kaizuka (Mizuko shell mound in Saitama / ref. https://japantravel.navitime.com/en/area/jp/spot/02301-14401097/) at the backside.
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