The Buzet Earring

The bronze earring, known as the Buzet Earring in archaeological literature, was predominantly found in the early Middle Ages in the graves of the native as well as Romanized Illyrian-Celtic people in the area between the Adriatic coasts and the Alps, especially in northern Istria between Buzet and the west coast. In the literature the earring appears in the 7th and 8th centuries.

The Buzet Earring has been listed in the Cultural Heritage Register of the Republic of Croatia under the entry RRI-118 since 23rd October, 1968, while its samples have been kept in the Regional Museum of Buzet.

A silver replica of the Buzet Earring has been created as an original souvenir of Buzet.