This Solutrean double-end scraper was collected many years ago on the Laugerie Haute site in southwestern France. This scraper was made from a core blade. The scars of two previously removed blades can be seen on one side and the smooth surface of the detachment flake can be seen on the other. Single and double ended scrapers are one of the most common tool forms that have been found on sites around the world. This scraper is made of a very high quality semi-translucent gray chert. It measures 2 5/16 inches (5.9 cm) long and 3/8 inch (.9 cm) thick.