TWO HOLE GORGETS
These six gorgets represent fairly typical examples. They all have two holes that are conically drilled and they are all made of slate. Five of them, because of their shape are sometimes referred to as "shuttle" gorgets. All five were found in different counties in Ohio. The biconcave "bowtie" gorget was found in McGuire County, Missouri. The two gorgets at the lower right are the longest at 4 3/4 inches (12.1 cm) long.