In the specially designated Crafts fund, various craft`s guild tools and works of art by skilful masters have been preserved. The products of precious metal, copper, iron, clay and glass are divided into different collections: earthenware, ecclesiastical utensils, ornaments, weapons – fire and cold, copper vessels, and antique irons. Most exhibits are from the mid-18th to the end of the 19th century. The museum also houses authentic coppersmith, goldsmith and shoemaker’s workshops, with their tools. They provide insight into the work of these guilds during the Revival Period when unique examples of our tangible culture were created.