Ceramics collection

It consists of reconstructed ceramic dishes, pitchers, plates, little bowls, for the most part imported from Italy, from the ceramic centers of Faenza and Venice, then from Spain, from Majorca and some pots made in Croatia. The majority of the items were found during the digging of foundations for new buildings after WWII and they date from the late XIIIth century to the beginning of the XVIIth century which encompasses the period from the Gothic period to the Renaissance. According to its value the collection is numbered among the most significant within the area of former Yugoslavia.