Shelves lined the walls, floor to ceiling, and there were objects carefully arranged on them. But what odd objects! A cap made of woven rushes. A fur slipper, but quite the smallest that Elena had seen, clearly made for an adult woman, but the size of one meant for a child. A knitted tunic that was made of some coarse, dark plant fiber. A golden ball. A white feather.
Obviously, all those items are from different fairytales, but I can't recognize first two. A knitted tunic is from 'The Wild Swans'. A golden ball is from 'The Frog-Prince', White feather ... ok, this sounds familiar, but I can't remember it too.
[eta] White feather is from 'Lily and the Lion' - Russian version is completely different, so I would have never made a connection.
cap made of woven rushes is from 'Cap-o'-Rushes', and I didn't even heard about this tale.
fur slipper is still open for ideas - it could be from a very old version of 'Cinderella'