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Read more: Øyrastova Photo: Gamle lærdalsøyri grendalag

Lærdal

Øyrastova

A pleasant gift-shop with a wide selection of norwegian arts, crafts and handicraft...
Read more: Husfliden / Rørosdraktstuggu Photo: Husfliden

Røros

Husfliden / Rørosdraktstuggu

Everything in arts & crafts. Local handicraft. The Røros costume and ’bunad’ accessories. Weaver’s loft and sheepskin sewing....
Read more: The Old Shop at Hjelle

Hjelledalen

The Old Shop at Hjelle

The shop dates from 1882 when Thor Hjelle (who later started Hjelle Hotel in 1896) started as a shopkeeper on the quay at Hjelle. The shop was a...
Read more: Aurlandsskoen Èconomusèe Photo: Aurland turistkontor

Aurland

Aurlandsskoen Èconomusèe

The Aurland Shoe - a pure natural product. Shoe production has a long tradition in Aurland. As far back as the 1800's. The Aurland shoe factory, which...
Read more: Husfliden

Tønsberg

Husfliden

Husfliden keeps the tradition alive. Here you will find everything from knitting sweaters, costumes, yarn, jewelry and gifts to various interior items...
Read more: Banksmidja Gallery and Art shop Photo: Voss Kunstlag/Banksmidja

Voss

Banksmidja Gallery and Art shop

Gallery and art shop with individual and group exhibitions of local, regional and national artists. Contemporary art. Art and handicrafts on...

Bærums Verk

Bærums Verk

In the charming "Bærumske Ironworks" from 1610 you will today find about 50 shops, restaurants, handicraft and art galleries and workshops. Idyllic...
Read more: Storli Keramikk Photo: Storli Keramikk

Glåmos

Storli Keramikk

Hand-thrown domestic items. Workshop outlet. Ring or come in and have a look....

Oslo

Artshop at the Stenersen Museum

The Artshop at the Stenersen Museum is the place for art lovers to shop for art magazines and books, as well as unique products either made by or...
Read more: Nore Laft Photo: Nore Laft

Rødberg

Nore Laft

We are specialists in building "loghouses" as they built them in Norway 200 years ago. We only use Norwegian pine dried in our storehouse for at least...
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