The main emphasis is on ceramics made or used in Tallinn from 14th to 20th century.
Most of the copper, brass and bronze collections are from the 19th to the 20th century.
Candlesticks and chandeliers, collection boxes, volumetric measures used in different centuries, samovars and copper utensils and souvenirs made by the Folk Art Masters’ Association Uku from the 1980s.
A separate collection consists of bells, the oldest of which is the meeting clock of the Brotherhood of Blackheads from 1472.
The tin collection of the City Museum represents mainly the works of Tallinn’s tin masters, from the 16th to the 19th century.
In addition 17th to 20th century jugs and goblets, 19th century candlesticks, tableware and souvenirs.