Roman Bone/Antler Saw
A reproduction of a small saw found in the excavations of Roman London with the original being held in the Museum of London. It's original use is uncertain however it seems that it was most likely used for working antler and bone. Very good at cutting and scoring lines and the tip has even been used to engrave antler before. A tough little tool that can be a useful addition to anyones toolkit.
Overall Length; 135mm, Blade Length; 72mm