This is a re-strung Bead Necklace from the Buni culture, c.400 B.C. to 100 A.D. A string of cylindrical terracotta beads some being glazed and some un-glazed. The beads are in very fine condition and measure 580mm long

Buni culture is a prehistoric clay pottery culture that flourished in coastal northern West Java and Banten around 400 B.C. to 100 A.D. The culture was named after its first discovered archaeological site, Buni village in Babelan, Bekasi, east of Jakarta. Buni culture was probably the predecessor of Tarumanagara kingdom, one of the earliest Hindu kingdoms in Indonesia that produced numerous inscriptions and marked the beginning of historical period in Java.

Price: 48.00

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Buni Culture Bead Necklace. NP Collectables
PA87 Buni Culture Bead Necklace
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