A nice collection of things from a direction that mostly gets ignored - containers and small ceramic bits and pieces ... along with some rather quality treasure. The two foot tall majolica urn would be glazed pottery, very thin and highly decorated. Blue is the most expensive tint. What's marvelous about this piece is that the price is very high, it is difficult to exchange for money and it is so delicate and heavy that moving it is an enormous pain in the rear. Even if the thief sees it sitting on the table in the palatial house he's breaking into, and knows what its worth, there's no convenient way to get down the outside wall with it, nor avoid the guard, nor move it once its home. But hell, it's nearly 14,000 g.p.
The various items on these lists which are contained in flasks or pots include the cost and weight of the items on this table. Thus, if you use your flask of oil without breaking it, you can return your empty here and get your 9 c.p. for it. I've said this before ... the containers themselves, once the substance within was used, rarely receive any notice. What did you do with the last flask from which you quaffed a potion? Throw it away? Did you even say you were doing that?