In the present study, we deal with relatively numerous bone, antler and tooth artefacts of the Vekerzug culture, which come mainly from graves. Their settlement findings are yet less frequent because of limited state of publishing. Providing a more complex overview of these finds was at the centre of our interest, focused mainly on their cultural-spatial analysis, identifying the possible function of some types of artefacts and the analysis of decorative motifs on some bone/antler objects. In the Vekerzug culture, bone and antler artefacts are typological though less varied, but some of them like decorated hollow cylindrical objects, iron knives with a zoomorphic and/or geometric ornaments on the bone/antler grip and two-piece razors are its typical feature. Some types of weapons and their parts, horse harnesses, tools and toilet instruments were made of bone and antler. Pieces of bone and animal teeth were sometimes used for personal adornments. In the Vekerzug culture, the occurrence of some types of bone/antler artefacts we can associate with the influences from the eastern Hallstatt cultural milieu, while the eastern relations are rarely observed here.