Seals were made from stone. These are generally rectangular in shape and usually have an animal carved on them.
- Stone was cut, shaped, polished and finally a hole was bored through the centre so that a string could be passed through it.
- Chanhudaro is a tiny settlement, almost exclusively devoted to craft production, including bead-making, shell-cutting, metal working, seal-making and weight-making.
- Variety of materials were used to make beads: (i) stones like carnelian (beautiful red colour), jasper, crystal, quartz and steatite (ii) metals like copper, bronze and gold (iii) other materials like shell, faince and terracota or burnt clay.
- Some beads were made of two or more stones, cemented together. While some were made of stone with gold caps.
- These were probably used to weigh precious stones or metals.
- These were made of chert, a kind of stone.