Kastehelmi (“dewdrop” in Finnish) draws inspiration from drops of dew glistening in the morning sun. Originally designed by Oiva Toikka in 1964 and relaunched in 2010. The unique design features rings of tiny glass bubbles that extend outwards from the center.
Iittala Taika porcelain
Designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (Finnish for “magic”) inspires imagination and storytelling with these bold & enchanting pieces. Taika has become iconic in its first decade, and the line continues to grow with new colors and pieces.
Single-family owned since the 17th century, Ekelund is the epitome of high-quality woven goods. From absorbent cotton dishtowels to elegant cotton/flax blend tablecloths and runners, these linens create beauty and function in every home.
Nils Olsson Dala Horses
Sweden’s world-renowned Dala Horses come from Nils Olsson Hemslöjd in the heart of Dalarna. Originally created from wood scraps and colored by leftovers from a nearby copper mine, the Olsson brothers began creating and painting the horses in 1928. After being featured in the 1939 World Exposition in New York, the Dala Horse has become the symbol of Sweden.
Sølje is Norway’s traditional silver. The dangling spoons were thought to reflect evil away from the wearer, shielding from trolls and other dangers, especially during times of transition. Nearly always worn with traditional Norwegian bunad dress, Sølje is also lovely as everyday embellishment.
Lilleknappen’s pewter button jewelry is a fun twist on traditional Norwegian materials. Made in Minnesota with lead- and nickel-free parts: pendants, earrings and hairpins are available.
Toys + clothing for babies + tots
Plush Dala Horses, paper doll cutouts, merino wool socks, ‘Scandihoovian’ onesies and tees, children’s books, and more for the littles!