Biarescie masters used a variety of tools for wood processing: an ax, adze, chisel, draw knife, gimlet, knife, and cutter. Cooperage crockery was made primarily of conifers. Among the wooden cooperage, a large number of rivets and bottoms have been preserved. Museum conservators have restored a tub, bucket, and flask. A tub was used to transport and store water. When getting ready for a trip, a Biarescie citizen took a flask – a special trip bottle for storing liquids.