This building is located under the Salam Hall in Golestan Palace. It is a part of the first Iranian museum, which was built by Mohammad Ebrahim Khan Memar Bashi.
Under the reign of Nasser ed Din Shah, this building was used as a warehouse for the chinaware and silverware which was dedicated to Qajar kings.
By time of the Pahlavi dynasty, this warehouse was turned into a museum to expose the rare gifts which were given to the Qajar kings.
Today, in addition to the gifts, some rare objects are kept at this museum, including:
- Helmet of king Ismail I
- Bow and arrows of King Nader
- Armband of Fath Ali Shah
- The collection of Qajar Seals
- Agha Mohammad Khan’s crown
- A decorated ostrich egg