Printer's Tray with small items.
Printer's Tray with small items - larger image. Enlarge to see details.
Printer's Tray, top. Thai dragon perched on top. Spy: Disney Hunchback of Notre Dame figures, 101 Dalmation dog, and Huckleberry Hound and Quickdraw McGraw busts.
Printer's Tray, middle. Spy: toy Beverly Hillbillies lunchbox, Uncle Wiggly game figure, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars helmets, Mouse Trap game mouse, more than one One Ring, a Cornish Tin Mine charm.
Printer's Tray, bottom. Spy: Harry Potter characters, Power Ranger, Superman, Disney Aladdin, Princess Atta from A Bug's Life, Mickey Mouse watch, 45 record adapter, candlestick from Clue game, race cars from Monopoly game.
A rainbow from a prism hanging in my window caught a bit of found glass in my printer's tray just right.
Weather items and asst. items.
Asst figures including: Lemony Snicket, Avatar, Tin Man, Flower Fairy, Where the Wild Things Are, ET, Underdog, Shoeshine Boy, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Einstein bobblehead, Frankenstein, Iron Giant, Dalek, Ian Malcolm, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Splinter, Matrix, 2001: A Space Odyssey Monolith (with zero points of articulation), Nightcrawler, Fox Mulder, Hagrid, Dobby bobblehead, Chianna, Hellboy, Geordie LaForge (without his visor), Spock, Captain Picard, Borg, (new) Bones
prisms, leaf ornaments, marbles in old clock casing
top of chest in front of window
shelves hanging from shelves over computer desk
gargoyles, goldfinch, and a glimpse of Navajo doll.
Magpie in her computer room. (2009)
Dolls - The large Russian doll (she's so beautiful), the Navajo doll, the Colombian doll (carrying a baby on her back), and the Guatemalan Mayan doll were gifts from friends. The rest were thrift store finds. The two sitting on the left reflect my love of simply made folk dolls. The red one reminded me of my childhood. The fur dressed doll was made in Lake of the Woods, Oak Island, Minnesota. She's also carrying a baby on her back as is the Chinese doll.
A few items pinned to the edges of the shelves. The blue triskelion pin is one of a handful of cultural items I have fastened to the shelves in some manner.
The Columbia Records / Woolworth labeled item has velvet on the other side for cleaning lint off records. I used to use these disc cleaners. The two pop cans are LOTR cans. You can see a Kiwi pin from New Zealand (thrift store), a Weta Eye of Sauron pin (gift from Aussie friend), a Norwegian rosemaled stocking pin, and a fairy door pendant... sure looks like a Hobbit hole door, doesn't it?
Items hanging along left vertical frame of shelves (two images, bottom half and top half). Find: Tree of Gondor stone pendant, Jack Sparrow hair bauble, pins from "The Prisoner", Rohan flag, triskelion Celtic pin.
Haiku books, LOTR and Hobbit score CDs, and Godric Gryfinndor Wizard Card (lenticular). The three Asian themed CD holders have my LOTR movie and OST discs in them for handy reference. Tucked behind those millinery flowers are a few old celluloid fountain pens.
Various cultural items hanging on shelf edge: two Russian matryoshka style charms, Asian (Korean?) girl, Maori hei matau (I have another one to the left of the origami dangle ornament), Inuit Inukshuk, Oriental design, Korean Smile of Silla, Green Man pin, Rohan flag. Also, a variety of old tins and small books.
The Star Wars box is an old shoe box, perched on top of my Dresden Files books. The weather gauge is one of many vintage weather items I have. TARDIS, The Professor, and a Magpie Magic CCG card.