Rare and important birdstone with etched mouth and eyes and a notched tail.
It is made of banded slate.
This birdstone has no provenience, although given the artifact type and the collecting history of the donor, H.E. Sargent, it was likely found locally.
Identified by Jennifer Cullison on July 8, 2019
1" h 1 1/16 | "" w 2 11/16 | "" d
Current Location Status:
Donated by H. E. Sargent on Oct. 12, 1926
Herbert E. SargentDirector of the Kent Scientific Institute