Collection of Neolithic Stone Axe Heads on Stands
Located in Chicago, IL
A beautiful stoic collection of Native American Neolithic hand carved stone axe heads with wonderfully sculptural forms, mounted on custom steel stands. Three of the axes have groove...
Antique 15th Century and Earlier American Tribal Antiquities
H 10.75 in. W 4 in. D 3.25 in.
Ancient Celtic Bronze Axe Heads
Located in New Orleans, LA
These rare, early Celtic bronze axe heads were forged in northern Gaul during the late Bronze and early Iron ages. Found in Longrave, Caen, France in 1929, these axes were crafted du...
Antique 15th Century and Earlier European Other Arms, Armor and Weapons
H 25.5 in. W 28.5 in. D 3 in.
Two Mdina Glass "Axe Head" vases
Located in New York, NY
Two 1960's Mdina glass "axe head" vases, the smaller in tiger eye stripes, the larger in greens, blues, sand and violet. 24. Smaller 10" h x 8" wide $1,850 list 25. Larger 10 1/2...
H 10.5 in. W 10 in.
PRE COLUMBIAN COSTA RICAN STONE AXE HEAD
Located in Stamford, CT
Pre Columbian ceremonial hard stone mace or axe head depicting the carved stylized head of a parrot. Late period circa 1000-1500 A.D.
Antique 18th Century and Earlier Folk Art Antiquities
H 6 in. W 6 in. D 2 in.
18th Century English Iron Axe Head Sconces
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
Axe blades from the 1700's have recently been converted into sconces. Each blade varys in size but they are very similar and make a great unique pair. <br /> Not U.S. wired.(we can ...
Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Wall Lights and Sconces
H 17.25 in. W 3.25 in. D 6 in.
Primitive Neolithic Stone Age Nordic Viking Greenstone Polished Axe head
Located in Sherborne, Dorset
Axe head with trapezoid outline, convex cutting edge, polished on both faces, dating from 4000 – 3500 BC. A non-shaft-hole axe had no hole for the handle and were generally made from...
Antique 15th Century and Earlier Swedish Primitive Antiquities
H 5.71 in. W 2.96 in. L 5.71 in.