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Morten Kutschera MA
Within the field of academic archaeology, my main focus used to be on lithic and the Early Mesolithic and Late Upper Palaeolithic industries of North-western Europe. However, although I started out as a flint knapper and a scholar, I have over the years become more of a generalist and I now produce a wide range of different tools, weapons, accessories and utensils of stone, , and from Early Stone Age to Medieval times (To a lesser degree I with clothing, pottery and metalwork). I try to combine authenticity and attention to details with functionality; it is not enough that a replica looks good if it wasn't produced in the right way or can't be used for the task it was meant for.
My replicas can be found in museums all over Norway, and also in Denmark. Because of my background, my main focus has been on Scandinavian archaeology and material culture, but lately I have been taking on more international projects.
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