Ceramic: beads

Production date
Pre 0206 BC
Description
Five beads. From top to bottom they are: (1) glazed yellow brown and green ceramic in a pattern of discs and dots. (2) glazed yellow tan brown and light blue ceramic in a pattern of discs and geometric shapes. Cylindrical with a relatively large axial piercing. (3) glazed yellow brown and green ceramic in a pattern of discs and dots. Cylindrical with a relatively large axial piercing. (4) glazed red-brown tan and pale green ceramic. Spherical with a small piercing visible on one side. (5) dark grey stone with white vein. In the form of a flattened sphere.
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Measurements
Dimensions (h x w): 21.85 x 24.75mm
Named collection
Other Id
C1956.221
C1956.221.1
Catalogue number
C1956.221
C1956.221.1

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