Antiques and art for sale in Ankara, Turkey.
A painted window shutter at a Christian bookstore in Jerusalem’s old city.
Antique and vintage items displayed in front of a store in Ankara, Turkey.
Religious postcards for sale in the Christian quarter of old Jerusalem. I’m not certain, but I’m going to guess that guy in the middle is an Eastern Orthodox priest, maybe named a saint by the church. The narrow streets leading up to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre are full of both Orthodox and Catholic shops, selling crucifixes, little bottles of anointing oil, pictures like this, and many, many long thin candles for visitors to light in the church.
Still life featuring a collection of traditional Anatolian and Central Asian weaving.
Found in a shop window in Jerusalem.
Window shopping in Ulus. The hatter is probably frequented by older Turks for whom the hat is part of the standard winter uniform while taking their daily constitutional from home to the tea house; The shoes and lamps are nostalgic reminders of medieval times, bought by tourists and more modern Turks to decorate their homes.