(For Habitat afficiandos, we bought this unit, called "Tic-Tac" back in 1983. It was love at first sight. We were delighted to discover that it exactly fitted the gap beside the fire in this house).
Here are the two type trays; after 24 hours nothing has fallen down, so I reckon it will be OK. It was a bit of a determined struggle to make the daughter's watch stay on its ledge (lower unit, towards the top right).
I love the eclectic mixture of items; it reminds me of my grandmother's "curiosity cabinet" that she had in the corner of her dining room when she lived in Holcot. Some of the items come from that cabinet (the little Swiss china doll) and some come from the attic of the house in Bursledon. The two copper candlesticks (lower unit, top left) used to sit on the bookshelf outside my bedroom in Chalfont St Peter.
We now plan to buy (or make) a slightly larger scale version, deeper, for the china miniatures and other small ornaments which are still on the Tic-tac.