There were really only a few things that held my interest, but I did take some photos of the random stuff that is on display.
A collection of copper items (don't remember how the cigars fit into the picture)
Breakables. This was some of the nicer crystal, other sellers had assorted dishes and some older patterned Pyrex.
Cuff links galore (a lot with monograms...what are the chances of finding a matching monogram?)
I was surprised that we didn't see more furniture. I think because the sellers have very limited space they primarily stick to things that are easy to sell cash and carry. I'm looking forward to frequenting some antique fairs in the summer (any suggestions?), and to revisiting the strip at Queen W and Roncesvalles.
One seller had some great black and white prints / photos of Toronto from the 20's. I loved the ones with buildings that are still landmarks in the city, like the clock tower near city hall at the end of Bay St., and St. Lawrence market itself. I didn't buy one, but they might be my main reason to return.
Fear not - I did not leave empty handed! I picked up 3 brass urns. Not quite sure what I'll do with them yet, whether I will leave them empty or put a plant/succulent in one of them to liven them up. I'll have to clean them up a bit but for now they have a new home in our entryway.