There are many wooden products (spoons, pens, trays, boxes, etc.) preserved in the Ethnographic Fund of the National History Museum of Azerbaijan. One of the collection’s most valuable items is the cradle of Mahammad Huseyn (? -1780) - the third khan of Shaki. The cradle is worthily regarded as one of the most beautiful examples of XVIII century Azerbaijani carpentry arts. Standing on six hewed legs, the cradle has an oval bedding. The item’s top segment is attached to the bedding by the wedgekeys. The stand which connects the cradle to the sleeping area, is resting on the seat and has a top fixed by a figural element. This delicately worked cradle is decorated with inlayed heart, leaf and triangle shaped pearl, metallic wire and ivory ornaments. In 2008-2009, the cradle has been restored by Majnun Karimov – expert in ancient musical instruments.