This is a board in a museum for nature and science in Tromsø/Norway, mainly directed at kids, made out of large, grey, square, lego base plates, where kids can puzzle anything they like out of square lego tiles. I love that some kid there also created the Sámi as well as the pride flag!
From the Sámi museum in Inari/Finland, have things you find in a kitchen - or rather traditionally the cooking area in a Sàmi tent:
Carved spoons made from reindeer antlers, which are still made and used today, sometimes even for cooking.
I had difficulties finding a good image for things with buttons, so I settled for a recent travel pic:
A smith taking a break in a medieaval museum/documentary centre/living history place in Nykøbing/Denmark. I took the pic to have a visual example for what a 13th-century-person would do with their woolen hose on hot summer days, an drealised that he had lots of lovely buttons on his coat. ^^ (Image is cropped to get a better look on the buttons).