Crooked knife with an iron blade attached to an antler handle with two iron rivets. One face of the handle where it is joined to the blade is curved and has an indentation to provide a grip for the thumb when held in the right hand. The handle is decorated on the same face with two parallel incised lines that follow the bottom edge of the handle. The bottom edge of the handle has a series of indentations to improve the grip. Two holes have been drilled though the handle, possibly for attaching a thong for hanging this tool. The surface of the iron plade shows remnants of cross-hatching typical of the surfaces of files, and it is likely that the blade had been made from a file.