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This bowl from Selbu is a wonderful example of Rosemaling transferred into metal working. Would look great in your shabby-chic home!
This cute little wood lathe turned goblet features a hand-carved accent around the rim and rosemaling inside the bowl.
Done with the Os rosemaling technique, this is a typically bright and cheerful plate following the characteristics of the Os style.
Salt & Pepper Shakers
A charming little pewter salt & pepper shaker set that adds that perfect Scandinavian flair to your tablesetting.
Rosemaling Wooden Bowl$95.00 Add to cart
Set of Pewter Candlestick Holders$32.00 Add to cart
Stainless Steel Cheese Slicer with Rosemaling Handle$35.00 Add to cart
Pewter Serving Spoon$25.00 Add to cart
Natural Wood Rosemaling Plate$29.00 Add to cart
Rosemaling Wall Container in Wood$55.00 Add to cart
Rosemaling Wooden Bucket$45.00 Add to cart
Midcentury Pewter Cream and Sugar Set$29.00 Add to cart
Kristin and Hakon Mascots Lillehammer Olympics Games 1994 – SOLD$22.00 Read more
Rosemaling Carved Wooden Spoon$52.00 Add to cart
Pewter Bowl – SOLD$29.00 Read more
Blue Rosemaling Bowl – SOLD$21.00 Read more
Koldtbord – directly translated to cold table and pronounced “colt-board” – still remains a strong tradition in Norway.
There are four styles of Norwegian Rosemaling, each named after the area they come from.
Advent starts four Sundays before Christmas. Read about the traditional celebration in Norway.
Norwegian Bunads are beautiful. Which one is your favorite? Every Norwegian has their own opinion about the nicest bunad.
Learn more about the understated beauty of pewter.
The wintertime sport is not only a national past time but a deeply rooted part of Norwegian history.
What’s the Norwegian secret to surviving the long, cold winters? Read about the state of mind that keeps them feeling cozy.
The traditional form of decorative folk art that so many of our products display.