The furniture in the Orsetti House Museum represents different periods, from the Renaissance to the beginning of the 20th century. A North-Italian style chest called a "cassone" and a small box with drawers perhaps made in Milan, Italy, are from the High Renaissance (after 1550). Another similar box is from the 17th century, though its ornamentation was added in the first half of the 19th century. Gdańsk-style wardrobes – a small one called a cabinet and a larger one of a "Danzinger Schapp" type – are Baroque. There is an impressive collection of Biedermeier furniture from the 19th century, including corner cabinets and wardrobes, sofas, a suite of furniture, a beautiful escritoire, a card table, a bed, a dresser, and armchairs. The sets of Secession pieces and the furniture produced in Jarosławian workshops are from the 20th century. There is also a small collection of travelling trunks and items of everyday use such as cases, boxes, sewing cabinets, a travelling desk, and a binder for notes called a "nutnik" with covers beautifully decorated with intarsia.