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Pottery Photo: Elin Aune
Pottery Photo: Elin Aune
Pottery Photo: Elin Aune
Pottery Photo: Trønderkeramikk
Pottery Photo: Trønderkeramikk
Pottery Photo: Trønderkeramikk

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In our pottery at Trondheim Torg shopping centre we create hand-made products for home use, decorated with our distinctive drawn patterns. Family tradition since 1797.

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Mon - Fri
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sat
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Pottery - Photo: Elin Aune

Pottery

In our pottery at Trondheim Torg shopping centre we create hand-made products for home use, decorated with our distinctive drawn patterns. Family tra...

Pottery

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