This is an excellent example of a Cumberland point that is reported to have been found sometime before 1947 in Hardin County, Kentucky. The ears are wide and delicate and the outline is very symmetrical. The recurved edges are expertly pressure flaked into a very neat outline. Notice the uniform zigzag effect on the edge view. It also has the classic Cumberland wasted and deeply concave base. Both of the flutes are wide and they extend nearly three quarters the length of the point. This Cumberland point is made of Fort Payne chert and measures 4 1/4 inches (10.8 cm) long, 1 1/8 inches (2.8 cm) wide and 7/17 inch (1.1 cm) thick.