- Double Tray Balance and butter balance: Vendors collected household butter and sold it at weekly markets. The single scale butter scale is easy to carry and is balanced on the thick wooden handle. Shepherds used the double tray scale to weigh wool.
- Wool spinning tools: Scissors, yarn winder and bobbin:
- Bells: Cattle are the farmer’s companions, cared for and adorned with love. A variety of brass and iron bells are used to decorate them, especially on festive occasions, when their horns are painted. Sounds also help owners to locate and identify cattle as they graze. Small bells are for calves whereas the coir bell necklace is for a large animal. Some pastoral communities living near forests make unique bells of bamboo and wood, which produces sound as a peg knocks against a hollow tube.
- Oil horn and oil tube: Earlier bullock carts were used extensively for transport and their wheels needed to be periodically greased. Containers were hung on the cart to hold castor oil lubricant.
- Rain Cover: These rain covers were used by workers who tended the paddy field.