Pottery is one of the most ancient crafts that arose with the birth of human culture. Clay vessels replaced stone ones and exist alongside wooden ones to this day. In the hall, you can see the potter’s wheel, on which small cups and pitchers, as well as large jars for storing products, are sculpted. Everyday dining and festive ritual dishes for eating and drinking are also shown. Here is the special vessel for roasting lamb, a krondir for the wedding Rakia, as well as handles, pitchers, plates and casseroles used in everyday life.