Glastonburys bizzare purchases – mushroom lamp, fox tail and spoon bracelet
Music-lovers descend upon Glastonbury every year to see some of the biggest names in music perform, some punters return home with more than they went with.
While some festival-goers are happy to go home with a branded t-shirt others end up going home with bizarre items to remember their weekend at Worthy Farm.
There are many unusual stalls set up across the site offering a wide range of unique products.
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From a pricey mirror which can be purchased for £950 to a real fox's tail, Daily Star has taken a sneak peek into some of the unusual purchases you can make at the world-famous festival as fans return after a three-year break.
Pricey mosaic mirror
A one-of-a-kind Yyew wood frame and stained glass mosaic can set you back almost three times as much as a Glastonbury ticket.
The colourful work of art costs a jaw-dropping £950.
One may wonder how they'd transport it back home but no need to worry as you can get the product shipped to your home address for an extra charge.
While some struggle to fit all their belongings back in their rucksacks to leave the site when the weekend ends meaning they'll have to recycle their tents, air beds and other duvets, others may find room to take home a unique mushroom lamp.
The quirky piece, named The Glade on Slab Elm, is up for grabs for an eye-watering £400.
Some campers have been struggling to find a lock for their tents all weekend and however, they can remember their time with a skull-shaped door knock.
For a whopping £48, the feature piece can take centre stage on your front door, making the neighbours jealous.
It's also a subtle way to boast about the fact you were at the event of the year.
For the festival-goers who have some spare cash left in their pockets after a weekend of eating and drinking, an unusual spoon bracelet can be bought for £25.
The unusual item may or may not be the next most-wanted fashion accessory but it definitely stands out from the crowd.
It could also come in handy if you pick up a bite to eat on the way back to your tent.
Ukulele with lessons
Music lovers can make their dreams come true and finally perform at Glastonbury Festival.
After watching your favourite artists perform over the weekend, campers can learn an instrument of their own with private lessons.
Just like Paul McCartney on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night, guests of all ages can play the Ukulele with a little help from some music experts.
The instrument costs between £30 and £40 and includes a tutorial.
While wandering in between Arcada and The Other Stage, festival-goers may be shocked to find a real but ethically-sourced Fox's tail for sale.
Shoppers can also walk away after buying a small tail for £8 or a large tail for £15.
The small stall also offered a Viking horn cup which appeared to be popular with festival-goers across the weekend.
Beer can magnets
Clever market traders have come up with a good way for festival-goers to remember their favourite Glastonbury drink.
Whether it's alcoholic beers to soft drinks, campers can pretty much find the beverage of their choice morphed into a fridge magnet for between £1 and £2.
Cans have been cut into shapes of hearts, butterflies and flowers as a keepsake for those who drank a little too much over the five-day festival.
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