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Viking Village
217 Ferry Street
Easton, PA 18042
Phone: 1-(800) 397-7180
Fax: 1-(610) 559-7181
E-mail:  viking.village@nni.com
http://www.vikingvillage.com

American-Swedish Institute
Bookstore and Museum Shop
2600 Park Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Phone: 1-(800) 579-3336
Fax: 1-(612) 871-8682
http://www.americanswedishinst.org/

Hemslöjd (Swedish handicraft)
P.O. Box 152
201 North Main St.
Lindsborg, KS 67456
Phone: 1-(800) 779-3344
Fax: 1-(785) 227-4234
E-mail: catalog@hemslojd.com
http://www.hemslojd.com

Anderson Butik
P.O. Box 151
120 West Lincoln
Lindsborg, KS 67456
Phone: 1-(800) 782-4132
Fax: 1-(785) 227-3268
E-mail: imports@andersonbutik.com
http://www.andersonbutik.com/

Scandinavian Marketplace
P.O. Box 274
218 Second Street East
Hastings, MN 55033
Phone: 1-(800) 797-4319
Fax: 1-(651) 438-9182
E-mail: steve@scandinavianmarket.com
http://www.scandinavianmarket.com/

Wikström's Gourmet Food
5247 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60640
Phone: 1-(773) 275-6100
Fax: 1-(773) 275-7324
E-mail: sales@wikstromsgourmet.com
http://www.wikstromsgourmet.com/

The Crown Bakery
133 Gold Star Blvd.
Worcester, MA
Phone: (508) 852-0746
http://www.thecrownbakery.com/ 

Nordic House
3421 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland CA 94609
Phone: (510) 653-3882
Fax: (510) 653-1936
E-mail: pia@nordichouse.com 
http://www.nordichouse.com/

Scandia Food & Gifts,Inc
30 High Street
Norwalk, CT 06851
Phone: (203) 838-2087
Fax: (203) 838-1831
E-mail: scandia@webquill.com
http://www.scandiafood.com/

Genuine Scandinavia, LLC.
958 Washington Street,  #9
Denver, CO 80203
Phone:(303) 318-0714
Email: Sales@GenuineScandinavia.com
http://www.GenuineScandinavia.com

Distinctively Sweden
15 Messsenger Street
Plainville, MA 02762
Phone: (508) 643-2676
Fax: (508) 695-7576
http://www.distinctivelysweden.com

ART CONSULTING: SCANDINAVIA
Books on Art & Architecture
3650 Cross Creek Road
Malibu, CA 90265-4946
Phone: (310) 456-8762
Fax: (310) 456-5714
http://www.nordicartbooks.com/

Olson's Delicatessen
Scandinavian foods and gifts
5660 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Phone:(323) 938-0742

Sanco Gifts
10921 Paramount Blvd.
Downey, CA 90241
Phone:(800) 723-0770
email: Janehendricks@juno.com

The Gift Chalet
Specializing in everything from Scandinavia
Route 20
Auburn, MA 01501
Phone:(508)755-3028
Fax.(508)754-0656
http://www.giftchaletauburn.com

Simply Scandinavian
Full service Scandinavian importer
99 Exchange Street
Portland, ME
Phone: (207) 874-6759, (877) 874-6759
http://www.simplyscandinavian.com

Swedish Heritage Press
Swedish greeting and note cards, Swedish children’s prayers and colorful shopping lists
Swedish Heritage Press, LLC.
88 Till Rock Lane
Norwell, MA 02061
Voice: 781-826-0554
Fax: 781-826-4042
Toll-Free: 1-866-826-0554
E-mail: info@swedishheritagepress.com

 http://www.swedishheritagepress.com/

 WORDS4U
Lennart Sjobeck
2149 Brown Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: (408) 296-2656
Fax: (408) 296-2656
Email: info@words4u.com
http://www.words4u.com/

 

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A uniquely Swedish sense of design has reached into homes and offices around the world. Based on an aesthetic tradition of simple proportions and a feel for materials, it creates everyday objects that are at once more functional and more attractive.

Department stores and trendy boutiques specialize in the latest Swedish fashion items and designs for home and personal use. Stockholm's Nordiska Kompaniet (NK) and Åhléns are among Scandinavia's largest department stores. Shopping streets in the capital include Biblioteksgatan, Gamla Brogatan and Sergelgatan.

Småland, Sweden's glass district, is the home of famous Kosta Boda and Orrefors crystal. Other well-known products include furs, stainless steel flatware and other items, jewelry, dolls and handicrafts. The colorful wooden Dala horses, manufactured in Nusnäs, are available throughout the country -- you shouldn't leave Sweden without one.

 

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Shop for crystal, glass, stamps, coins, knitted sweaters, furniture, silver and gold jewelry, woodwork, rya rugs (handwoven Scandinavian floor coverings), amber, and stainless-steel cutlery. In Lapland, look for Sami art and handicrafts. Stockholm has great shopping streets: Try Sergels Torg, Biblioteksgatan, Kungsgatan and Drottninggatan and the galleries along Vasterlanggatan in Gamla Stan. Stop in the NK department store to see its wool, crystal and other native products. It's generally less expensive to buy locally produced crafts directly from the factories rather than in Stockholm. Glassware marked "irregular" at factory stores is also a good buy.

Shopping Hours: Monday-Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm. Some larger stores are also open Sunday noon-4 pm. Many stores in downtown Stockholm stay open until 7 pm on weeknights. Suburban shopping malls can be open as late as 9 pm.

 

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