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Ancient Four Striped Chung dZi with Gold Repair
Huge Ancient Four Striped Chung dZi with Gold Repair - 69 mm
Our Price: £2,995.00

A very large and dramatic ancient Chong dZi. The bead is crafted from a dark opaque agate and displays four stripes. It has been repaired with a band of 22 K gold. A very powerful looking dZi bead amulet that would look wonderful strung on its own or with other Himalayan beads.

length 69 mm x 19 mm
1000 BCE to 300 CE
Origin: Tibet/Nepal
Ancient Single Stripe Chong dZi - 34 mm
Ancient Single Stripe Chong dZi - 34 mm
Our Price: £1,200.00

A magnificent ancient Chong dZi with a large dark stripe in the centre. This is a mostly opaque bead and has a beautiful usage patina from many centuries of heirlooming. One of the nicest examples of its type that you are likely to find.

This bead has remained in a private collection since the 1980s.
Condition: Very good with weathering commensurate with age. No breaks or cracks.
Prized in Tibet and the Himalayan Regions
34 mm x 11.5 mm
1000 BCE to 300 CE
Ancient Chung dZi Bead
Huge Gold Capped Ancient Chung dZi
Our Price: £700.00

A stunning ancient Chung dZi that has been capped with 24 K gold. It displays gorgeous banding and two 'decorated' equatorial stipes. When whole this bead would have been more than 10 cms in length!! This is one of the finest banded agate beads we have ever offered for sale.

48.89 mm x 20.13 mm
Prized in the Himalayan Regions
Age 1000 BCE to 300 CE
Ancient Chung dZi Bead
Large Ancient Damaged Chung dZi
Our Price: £350.00

An impressive damaged portion of an extremely large Chung dZi. This piece would have easily been more than 10 cm in length when whole. A large decorated stripe still wraps around the body. It would look very striking if it was capped in gold.

Origin: Tibet/Himalayan
34.51mm x 23.91 mm
1000 BCE to 300 CE