These Dalton gravers are typical examples. They all have one or more small graver points that were formed by pressure flaking a notch on either side of the point. Gramly writes that "Judging by their abundance, gravers were an important component of the Dalton toolkit, second only in importance, perhaps, to utilized flakes (cutters). Flakes of all shapes and sizes as well as discarded tool forms and fragments were retouched making one or more sharp spurs." Gravers are fairly delicate tools that would have been used to groove or cut organic materials such as leather, bone or wood.