Each knife blade is painstakingly flaked by hand, using aboriginal methods employed by prehistoric man for thousands of years. It is then complimented with a handle crafted from wood, antler, bone or ivory. Some are then adorned with an original scrimshaw scene, or perhaps a beautiful opal arrowhead inlay. Each knife is made to be unique. No two are created exactly alike. Though entirely functional for field use, every knife is signed and dated and is intended primarily for the collector. Stone knives are collectables that will last for thousands of years, and are created on a scale from tiny, mink-jaw-handle miniatures up to 14-inch moose antler daggers.