My grandmother C would have called it all "knick knacks" but I think I heard my hub say "a lot of junk." He even said, "We could bring our whole house contents here and maybe sell it." I think that was why I looked, but there wasn't much there that isn't already tucked away somewhere in our home back in the US.
Here are a few photos of the stalls of "goods" (or "bads") :((((
Green wooden stools were popular, as were green toothbrushes, green glass jars, and even a green wooden doorknob.
Some enamelware and other bric-a-brac.
Too much stuff to appreciate!
Interesting displays. Maybe I should have asked before shooting.
North American and Scandanavian school maps plus lots of blue and white dishes.
Now I know what to do with my collection of embroidery hoops and doilies.
We said goodbye to this relaxing brown bear.
And this is all we bought--a 10 Euro metal watering can. (That may or may not fit into our suitcase to take back home.)