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Rom for Idé

Furniture store at Majorstua with Norwegian and international pieces by renowned designers. Rom for Idé also invests in young talent, and arts and...
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Conzept

Unique little shop and gallery hybrid at Grünerløkka with clothes, design, art and jewlery. Scandinavian brands, design and artists. Conzept is owned...

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Vigeland Visitors' Centre

Souvenir shop just inside the main gates of Vigeland Sculpture Park. The shop offers a variety of Vigeland-related souvenirs and post cards, and the...

Oslo

Homannsbyen Antique & Second Hand

Large shop with china, furniture, paintings, crystal, chairs and more for sale. Delivery on request....

Oslo

The Artisans in the Old Town (Norwegian Folk Museum)

In the Norwegian Folk Museum's Old Town, you can visit the workshops of the weaver, the potter, the silversmith and the candle factory. The artisans...
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Blomqvist Kunsthandel (art dealer)

Blomqvist is Norway's oldest and largest auction house, where quality and tradition have been celebrated since 1870. Blomqvist specialises in...

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Vestkanttorvet bric-a-brac/antiques market

Oslo's oldest market is a popular and traditional bric-a-brac/antiques market close to Vigeland Park, on the corner of Professor Dahls gate and...
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Damm's Antiquarian Books

Damm's Antiquarian Books was founded in 1843 and is the oldest antiquarian bookstore in Scandinavia. Damm's deals in old maps and prints, as well as...

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Trøye T-shirts

T-shirt shop at Grünerløkka with Norwegian-design T-shirts made from high-quality cotton. The tees are specially fitted for men, women, children and...
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Butikk Brocante

Second-hand and antique store with goods from the late 1800s until approx. 1970. Lamps, furniture, crockery, school supplies, lighters, oddities and...
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