Kamersvol Geskenke

I visited the Kamersvol Geskenke market this morning with my mom. We wondered around oohing and aahing at beautiful things, buying presents and then sharing lunch on the grass in the sunshine.

I took some my happy snaps to share with you:


Here are some of my favourite finds:


Skinny and Jezze had their beautiful wares popping up in different places. (Pic Below)


I loved this packaging (below) – soft tin sewn together with wire and lined with loose tissue paper to package bath soaps.


Aren’t these brooches and medallions gorgeous (below). If they were not material I would have wanted to eat them they are in such yummy colours.


Isn’t this a lovely flower display … (below). Aloes and other plants alike in old food tins and other odd pots such as chamber pots.


It was so much fun wondering through corridors and discovering the different areas of the market. To see more pic’s visit Jesse’s blog.

The even is definitely worth visiting. It is open for five days but I would advice that you go before the weekend if you can becuase it was already jam packed when I was there this morning.

2 thoughts on “Kamersvol Geskenke

  1. Steffi says:

    Wow…great pictures!Looks really good!Very nice diffrent things which you can buy there!I am sure you had a nice day with your mom there.And your weather looks good…much better as ours.Today was a grey,cold and wet day and in some areas of the country is already snow!

  2. Marian says:

    Lovely pics. My husband walked by just when I was opening the page and he read the name of the market and he stopped and said “why are you reading old dutch??” Im was like…eerrr no… Im reading in english a blog from southafrica… evry piece fell into place!

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