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My hotel has Margaret's music boxes in each room, so I knew what I was looking for as the perfect holiday souvenir. When I arrived I recognised Margaret instantly from my internet research; she was warm and welcoming and was just finishing off stitching some...More
Just off the main square this shop operated by a women’s coop deserves its #1 ranking from DK Eyewitness guide for the uniqueness and quality of its locally made items as well as their reasonable cost. Great assortment of ceramics, wools in contemporary styles, and...More
This shop was just down the street from my hotel and it is a gem. Like everything in Reykjavik, it is expensive but you are guaranteed to find unique items handmade in Iceland. The store is run by the artists and is just a special...More
The staff that works here are VERY friendly and they all are artists with their work being sold at the store. The staff is happy to answer any and all questions about the art on display, and they are knowledgeable about the history of art...More
This shop has a beautiful selection of beautiful things. Added bonus is that those who work in the shop are part of the cooperative. It's been around for years with some of the original artists still contributing.
An interesting range of stuff - fish leather, colourful jewellery, radish bowls, ceramics etc. Bought earrings for one sister, a radish bowl for another and a mug for an in-law. Not cheap, but nice quality. The person who served us was Hulda, a delightful lady...More
I am very fortunate to be married to a man who enjoys shopping for unique items as much as I do. Before retiring, we owned and operated several gift shops so that adds to our appreciation of handcrafts. After reading online reviews, we decided to...More
Kirsuberjatred is a cooperative of local artisans and every item in the stores is truly unique. I saw nothing like it in Reykjavik and strongly recommend a visit for those who want something "off-the-beaten path" that is more artistic than touristic. Objects in the shop...More
My sister and I visited this shop today, based on the reviews here. What a find!!! I'm always on the lookout for something unique and locally-made when visiting an area. I was disappointed to find many "Icelandic" items in other shops to be made in...More