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Thorvaldsens Bazar

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Thorvaldsens Bazar

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2429AKM wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom19 contributions19 helpful votes
I really wanted an authentic Icelandic sweater and so finding the perfect one was a priority for me when we arrived in Iceland. We first tried looking in one or two of the more 'standard' tourist shops in Reykjavik and I was a bit disappointed by the selection available there. Then we happened upon this little gem of a shop. The sweaters that they stock are hand knitted and so even though they are marked as small or medium or large, etc. they still come out in slightly different shapes and sizes and colour and pattern variations and you do have to try a few on to find the right one, but I now have my own perfect Icelandic sweater (which, even in August, came in surprisingly handy as we went on to travel around the west side of the country!). This really is a beautiful, unique and very practical memento of my trip.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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154943TuscanyTourist wrote a review Feb 2020
Vancouver, Canada2 contributions
I love my 'Northern Lights' cardigan that I bought from this friendly quaint shop in downtown Reykjavik. Feel like I have carried the Aurora Borealis home on my shoulders! Helpful staff, some volunteer. Profits go to local charitable projects. Authentically Icelandic.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Katrina Hansen wrote a review Jan 2020
Moscow, Russia2 contributions
A very nice place! A good selection of sweaters and other knitted products, the most important thing is that each item has a tag and a name and you know who made it, you can feel the quality, everything is done by hand. It's wonderful how warmly every thing is done. Very nice staff. The money from the funds received goes mainly to charity for women suffering from various serious diseases. I liked the packaging, not a simple bag but a real fabric bag, beautiful) They care about the environment ❤️
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Heidi Q wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Washington9 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I went to this store yesterday to buy him an Icelandic sweater for his birthday. It is the oldest shop in Reykjavik and all of the shops proceeds go to charity. The sweaters are beautiful and made by volunteers in Iceland, they are also at a good price. Great store and great customer service, we are very happy with our purchase.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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laradiscovers wrote a review Nov 2019
Reykjavik, Iceland12 contributions3 helpful votes
When I saw a model I really liked, they contacted the knitter for me and she made it personally for me. Of course, I currently live in Iceland so I had time to wait. Nonetheless, they are very friendly and will do anything to help you. The colors of the sweaters (design) are also more original than in other stores. Moreover, all profits go to charity!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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