Located about 150 m from the mouth of the Jamka gorge, on the southern slope of the Valley, 5 m above its bottom. It is a high, small niche. In the nineteenth century near the shelter lived a potter . The rockshelter is named after the stove, which was built using the stone wall (Garncarskie means pottery). A characteristicly cracked wall of the Rockshelter is an evidence of a high temprature that was used here.