This quiet little square forms the entrance to the small bazaar in our town. It can’t be compared, of course, with those in Istanbul or Izmir, it is very touristy and the prices are high.
Nevertheless, it is the place to go when we are looking for special presents.
This antique shop is our favorite for ethnographic items.
This is a German clock with Arabic digits made for the ottoman market before 1932.
Some cross stitched bed linen from an old trousseau.
We bought that hand sewing machine in the picture for a friend’s birthday. It has lovely tiny hand painted flowers on most surfaces.
It is a nice place to rummage about any how.
And…look what we found this time! These are lovely totally handmade old filigree silver beads and bead caps…