Biarescie craftsmen produced objects of Christian worship, women's jewellery, costume articles and other objects important for life. The largest group of finds made of non-ferrous metals are represented by women's jewellery – temple rings, beads, pendants, bracelets, and large and small rings. A rare archaeological find is a billon kolt with a symbolic representation of a grain that is germinating. Kolt is one of the most valuable and expensive decorations on a female headdress. A kolt was hollow inside so that a woman could put a cloth moistened with aromatic esters within.