Because Jarosław was an important craft centre, the Orsetti House Museum owns a large collection of craft items. Most valuable are guild cases ("lady" in Polish), guild shields used to announce meetings, requiem crosses, and tops of Jarosławian guild flags. There are also swords, unique for their engravings, executioner's shackles, and weights and measures, which remind the visitors of the former glory of Jarosławian trade. The collection is complemented by ceramic, tin, and copper containers (plates, tureens, mugs, cans) from the 17th and the 18th century.