Măgura ”Buduiasca” (”Boldul lui Moș Ivănuș”) settlement has an important place among the Prehistoric settlements from the Balkans territory. It is characterize by a continuous inhabiting since Early Neolithic, until Early Chalcolithic, that allows us to sketch the evolution of the utilitarian pieces and personal adornments regarding the raw materials and the patterns of their processing. A first example is that of the local bivalves (Unio sp.), which were exploited in an opportunistic manner: in the first stage an important source of food and secondary, as a source for producing artefacts, by recovering valves from domestic waste. Another category of raw materials is that of the local gastropods shells, which don’t have a nutritional value (Lithoglyphus sp., Theodoxus danubialis, Esperiana sp., Ansius/Planorbis). In this case we may invoke the organization of specialized expeditions, in certain periods of the year, with the purpose of gathering shells. A third category is that of the imported elements which, most likely, got to the Măgura ”Buduiasca” community in an already finished form. They demonstrate the complex exchange networks, developed on this chronological stage. Thus, species like Mytilus or Cardium, may derive from the Black Sea, while Spondylus or Glycymeris may have their origins in the Mediterranean Sea. Presence of these raw materials illustrate different transformation methods, their origin influencing also the processing procedure: allogene valves for adornments, while Unio sp. was transformed especially into utilitarian tools.