I still have the 2 shelf units, which will feature chain-mail, crystal and pearl jewelry.
The top picture shows a 1920's singer sewing machine wood curved box that I've wired a dowel rod with hooks on it, to display chain necklaces. On the other end is the lovely trunk from my last post, and in the middle is the drawer from a 1945 cash register. It's hard to tell from my crappy pics, but it will host my cuff bracelets and such.
The second table has 2 altimeters (1940's and 1898) used as props for extra height. you can just see a vintage camera ( 1930's ) peeking around the earrings. This weekend I picked up another older camera cheap. I haven't dated it yet, but it's definitely older. I'll be keeping my eye out for more small items to enhance my display, but I think it's a nice balance between functionality, portability and style. What do you think??
At the outdoor shows, we also have a vintage metal stand and we are planning on putting one of the 1920 singer sewing machines on it. I haven't decided if I'm going to try to use it for jewelry, I'll probably just use it as a customer draw.