This Cumberland point was found in a cultivated field in 2001 in Decatur County, Tennessee by Dennus Tolley. It appears to be a finished spear point that was not broken during manufacture but may have been damaged from agricultural equipment. This broken basal section represents a little over half of the original point. An estimated length when it was complete is approximately 6 inches (15.2 cm) long. This broken Cumberland base is made of a yellow chert of good quality and it measures 3 7/8 inches (10 cm) long and 13/32 inch (1.1 cm) thick.