In the museum there are over 150 wreaths and 2,000 pieces of jewelry in Leila's collection. Most of her collection is from the 19th and early 20th centuries, but she does have a few pieces that date back to the late 17th century. Her oldest piece is a brooch containing a piece of hair from the 1680s.
Many of the hair wreath's were from the 19th century, when it was common to make hair wreaths using hair from different family members to create a family tree record. Hair jewelry was also commonly made by women to be given to loved ones, especially lovers, as keepsakes to remember them by. Leila spends time researching the pieces in her collection and sharing with the public the history of these pieces of art and jewelry and the processes in which they were made. Along with displaying her collection she also hosts hair art workshops in the museum.