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Obsidian Blade and Antler Spinner
While the piece bears many of the hallmarks of Og’s late obsidian period—intentionally rough, unfinished hewing on the stone component suggesting a rejection of artifice, and the careful balancing of organic and inorganic elements—its heavy-handed comparison between a crafted blade and a found antler ultimately lacks the deliberation and nuance of the master’s work. At best, it might be considered a tribute to Og by one of his contemporaries; perhaps Kurg or Mok.