Meaning of knick-knackery in English:

knick-knackery

noun

(also nick-nackery)

See knick-knack

‘You should seriously rethink all the little novelties and knickknackeries you have around your place.’
  • ‘But in fact that Appalachian rusticity is quite appealing so the furniture & plates & metalware & humidors & sundry knickknackery are all quite lovely.’
  • ‘Tin Star is a small storefront cafe mixed in among all the other small storefront cafes, bars, art galleries and purveyors of knickknackery along Evergreen's high street.’
  • ‘A shelf on the wall behind her desk is quite cluttered with various knickknackeries.’
  • ‘They've decorated the place in an ‘eclectic country’ style with found items (antique rocking chairs, hand-sewn bedspreads) but manage to avoid knickknackery.’