A somewhat broader view of the shelving unit I designed and had built. You can see the various fabrics I adhered to the backboard as well as the subtle paint treatment on the shelves themselves. Make sure to click on the image to enlarge it. There are all sorts of small items displayed on it, small in stature, not in meaning or history! Several vintage salt and pepper shakers can be seen, including one where the salt is a wedge of cheese and the pepper is a hungry-looking rat. Also pictured is a vintage Kodak camera, several scale model cars, the head of a nineteenth-century bisque doll, the top half of a ceramic saluting woman, which I dug up from the ground when I was a child, and a very small red-ribbon lapel pin, given to me by my late friend Andy. This photo shows about a third of the case.