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Byrkjedalstunet - Lysstøperi Photo: Kronengruppen
Byrkjedalstunet - Lysstøperi Photo: Kronengruppen
Byrkjedalstunet - Lysstøperi Photo: Kronengruppen

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We make candles the old fashioned way by dipping or moulding. Children can colour their own candles. We can also offer a large selection of candles, accessories, gift items and souverniers from our 500m2 factory outlet.

Byrkjedalstunet is a former cheese dairy (1923 - 1973), founded by local farmers in 1920. A vast goat population
and great nature surroundings delivered raw materials for the famous "Byrkjedals - cheese". Byrkjedalstunet is located in the beautiful nature surroundings of Rogaland. 1988 we started producing candles in the old-fashioned way: by dipping
or by moulding into forms. Today we offer a wide selection of quality candles in our factory shop ( 500m²). In addition to thousands of candles, we also sell souvenirs, Norwegian handcraft, gifts, Norwegian wool products, etc. Children can colour their own candles ! Our friendly goats provide fun for the whole family!
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Byrkjedalstunet - Lysstøperi

We make candles the old fashioned way by dipping or moulding. Children can colour their own candles. We can also offer a large selection of candles,...

Byrkjedalstunet - Lysstøperi

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