~ Translucent Orange ~ Osceola Greenbrier ~Type 2
Description: Beautiful translucent orange Chalcedony Osceola Greenbrier Type 2 (Type 1 has the nippled protrusion in the base). The tip is intentionally blunted. Unbeveled with clearly defined shallow notches and a base that is so ground that it is totally smooth. Their connection to the Paleo Lithic Clusters is unknown but it is suggested that these date to the Late Paleo or Proto-Archaic Era.
Provenance: Found on private property with permission from Madison Co. Florida.