The shelf in the top photo has a Masonic Emblem carved into it. My dad was a Mason, so it interested me. The two carvings are my favorites. The mandolin player is so joyous looking and the other guy wields an umbrella, but looks cheerful too. The round silver thing in the middle is my collapsible cup, from summer camp the first year I went, which was 1946, I think.
On the top of the next photo (though you cannot see all of them) is a ceramic frog pitcher, an old tea tin, and two more carvings. The barrel one with legs actually has a man's head on top of it. The top lifts off and I kept toothpicks in it for a while. Inside that shelf are some of the spice tins (and other kinds) that my mom had. I would swear that Sudan mustard seed tin is from the 20's!
In the third photo, the wooden box is actually a drawer from an old Singer Sewing Machine. It makes a good display shelf.
The small oval mirror was sold as a Christmas tree ornament several years ago. The other oval is a very old image of Jesus that belonged to my grandmother. The shelf on the right holds a carving that could be part of my husband's pipe paraphernalia collection as well, since he is lighting a pipe.