The ceramics collection, to which a room on the first floor of the Museum is dedicated, consists of a substantial selection of Ligurian produced majolica, among which some pharmaceutical jars dating to the 17th century, a valuable Savonese wig-holder and many eighteenth-century pieces , including a funnel and some spice racks and sugar bowls by Giacomo Boselli (Savona, 1744 - 1808), a savonese tea service with the typical "figures and ruins" decoration and numerous holy water cups. With reference to ceramics from other centres, there is a collection of 18th century Chinese porcelain of the "pink" and also the "green" types together with various examples of 18th century Italian majolica (Lodi, Faenza).