More rugged and ornate than the common department store museum case, this interpretation nevertheless possesses all the aspects of its modern counterpart. It allows unique creative display in a small footprint at a remote high-traffic location, cross-selling prestige items. In this case the “merchandise” is amber-leafed tree and rare, ready-to-hatch dragon’s egg courtesy of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire at the Mount Hope Winery. CLICK the thumbnail to confirm that, yes, dragon eggs are blue speckled.

Follow medieval merchandising further with…
Shepherd’s Crook Merchandising
Medieval Museum Case Merchandising
Hanging Museum Case With Silver Skull
Medieval T-Shirt Merchandising
Wine Barrel as Water Fountain
Celtic is the New Theme for Halloween
Smoke Ye Not in Uncial Majuscules
Bushel, Peck and Half-Peck Sales
Caltr0ps as Declaration of War on the Unwanted
Potion and Elixer Merchandising

For a Pinterest Photo Board summary see…
Medieval Merchandising

For modern Museum Case interpretations browse…
Scarf Tied as a Turban
Museum Case Creativity from Thin Air
How to Merchandise Butterflies
Bulgari Priced in Gold
Brand Celebrates Itself Literally
Cufflinks Tee’d for Display.”
Union Jacking Jewelry
Cubist Bell Jar Sells Sandals

Cut through the clutter with a Pinterest Board at…
Museum Cases in Retail
Bell Jar Merchandising

Or for an index of individual Bell Jar posts SEE…
Books in Bell Jars
Cupcake in a Bell Jar
Fat Hamster Escapes Bell Jar
Bell Jar Squared for Shelf Edge
Candles in Bell Jars
Lingerie in a Bell Jar
Swedish Bell Jars on Display
Cosmetics in a Bell Jar
Twin Fragrances in Bell Jars
Fragrance in a Bell Jar Redux
Blue Chinese Porcelain Pedestals in Bell Jar
Cubist Bell Jar Sells Sandals