This is Leo's stand. His table for the glassblowing in the front, most of the glass is in display cabinets. Only the cheapest things in front for customers to touch.
these 2 pictures were taken Sunday, around 11 o'clock. The show was very quiet this weekend, not as many visitors as usual.
I had made myself a list, and almost kept to it, just a few bits extra. Did not get some items, because I could not find what I wanted.
So what did I get?
first, for my 1/48 mediëval house, a few (ahem) bits of stoneware
The coin is a 1 euro coin. These are made by Annie Heinrich
For my lacemaker, bobbins and sewing thread spools, and a darning gadget from JoKra
From Hazel Dowd, a kit for making 2 mannequins with Edwardian gowns
From Arjen Spinhoven, a games table kit, and 2 screens. The screens are put in the window, to protect from sunlight. Need to put thin gauze in those.
A kit from Lutje Boudel, for a sweet toy. And it really is a kit, it has the wood, but you have to cut out the shapes yourself.
Every day there is a lottery, with all proceeds going to the childrens hospital in Arnhem. I never win anything when I buy a lottery ticket. I bought tickets Saturday, and to my big surprise, I won 3 prizes!
I know who made the wine cabinet, it is by Loes Snoodijk. Lovely, isn't it? and a little porcelain boy, he has a cute face. And a Chrysnbon bathroom accessories set.
That made my day!
Then Sunday. I bought another set of tickets, they are 5 euros for 12, not expensive. All the money is given to the hospital, standholders are asked to donate the prizes.
And guess what, I again won 3 prizes! A set of 6 black mugs, those are in the box in front.
A packet of Christmas things, and a kit for a doll.
The doll is an old crone, I think she is lovely!
The show was not busy, easy to see everything. I don't know how much money Marjan and Leo make, I only help with the selling, but I have been told they have made enough to cover costs.
Why the show was so quiet, I have no idea, could have been the weather, wich was quite nice, or the time of the year, maybe the economics, maybe to many other shows around. Who knows?