Mölle Krukmakeri

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Mölle Krukmakeri

This pottery in the village of Mölle transforms clay and stone into ceramic works of art to be used for generations. The products are worked on more than 15 times before being sold in the shop. And being handmade, they are all original. Look around at the pots and vases, then enjoy lunch or coffee at the café. There’s also a pizzeria where pizzas are baked at exactly 480 degrees to get that authentic taste.

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Formargruppen

Formargruppen

Formargruppen

This shop and gallery in the centre of Malmö by Lilla Torg is run and owned by a cooperative of local craftsmen and artists. Formargruppen showcases a range of constantly changing products focusing on high-quality, handmade art and appliances. There’s everything from hand printed textiles and ceramics to glass art and silver jewellery. All artists have their own, typically Scandinavian style and expression.

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Wallåkra Stenkärlsfabrik

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© Aleksandra Boguslawska

Wallåkra Stenkärlsfabrik

This factory, restaurant and garden makes traditional stoneware out of clay from its own grounds. See the whole process – from clay deposit to turning and firing in a kiln to final product. There is a shop by the old kiln and a restaurant in one of the warehouses. Wallåkra is open all year round, with tours, and food experiences and conference facilities.

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Höganäsgruppen

Höganäsgruppen
Höganäsgruppen
Höganäsgruppen
Höganäsgruppen

Höganäsgruppen

This shop in Höganäs Market Hall is owned by a cooperative of some of Sweden’s most skilful and interesting artists and potters. Höganäsgruppen produces and markets modern ceramic objects, paying special attention to design and quality. They are part of a ceramic tradition that dates back over 150 years, creating new high-quality objects that honour the heritage.

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Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS

Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS
Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS
Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS

Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS

KAOS is a not for profit organization that has put together a joint exhibition and shop where you can buy the members’ works. Today the organization is made up of around 15 craftspeople connected to Österlen. The shop is south of Kivik on the eastern coast of Skåne. All types of crafts are represented here; textiles, metal, glass, wood, ceramics, concrete and even paper.

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