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The Museum contains the works of the confraternity of San Bernardino consist of paintings of the Sienese school dating from the 14th to the 16th century and a core of silverware, liturgical furnishings and textiles dating from the 16th century and the 19th century. The brotherhood also has the custody of the adjacent Parish Church of Santo Stefano a Cennano and of the nearby church of Sant'Anna in Camprena which you can visit together to the Museum.
The Museum documents the secular tradition of pottery developed in Petroio, a village of Trequanda with approximately 400 inhabitants. A tradition that continues today with handicraft factories reproducing hand-made models on ancient moulds or rebuilt with traditional criteria. Information panels and interactive reference points within the Museum provide directions for visiting and location in the country. The exhibition in the Museum illustrates the history of crafts, terracotta technique (including the presence of an oven), products. The basement is used for temporary exhibitions.