In the middle of last trip to Gozo, I visited the Folk-Art Museum. The whole exhibition was a bit simple and poor, but there were some interesting things as well.
The whole museum is a small zigzag townhouse, with 5-6 levels separated by only a few steps and a couple of basement chambers.
It is a millstone:
Yes, this is a toilet. Although the well inside the house looks almost the same, it does not have such a nice polished edge.
As I have learned, the Maltese also had their own system of units of weight.
… as measured by:
There was no huge industry on the island, but textile production may have been important.
They present old Maltese life with small figurines:
He is a nougat salesman. He only sells almond nougat, but it comes in at least twenty different flavours.
Fishing nets and the like were hung in a hall.
Old painted cabinet:
That says something for the girls, they beat the lace here.
I guess there were not many trees on the islands long ago than now, because children’s toys were also made of stone: