This topic is about any random assortment of materials, points and stone tool forms, flake tools, and methods - the general hardware of prehistory, no matter how elaborate, frivolous, task-driven, or utterly simple. The sole requisite (per the forum title) is that traditional tools must have been used in their reduction.
A few to begin:
Mystery stone preform -
Mystery stone basic Teardrop -
... very compliant material, 40mm width, 4mm thickness. This and the previous done with antler percussion and pressure.
Raw NJ Coastal Plains jasper Triangle -
...hammerstone and wood pressure made extracting this from a small rounded pebble easy.
Quartzite on mid-grade Normanskill chert, lanceolates -
...the quartzite was whittled from a thinning flake and stands at 33mm length, 13mm width, 2mm thickness.