Villa Studio sells felted wool clothes for everyone in the family. Their full packed store is located on the yellow brick buildings in Fiskars, and it is nice destination for those that are interested in woolen products -- especially felted ones.
Besides clothes, they offer also very warm woolen shoes (shown in the picture, by the way) that are really precious in Finland during winter time.
Galleria F is small art gallery run by the artist Kristiina Lehtonen herself. The gallery is conveniently located at the central yellow buildings in Fiskars.
I was not very impressed with the artworks, but it was mostly due to my taste for art. For me, the works look a bit childish, but for someone else they probably are uplifting and cheerful. There are a lot of images on the gallery's website, under link 'Kuvagalleria', so check them out by yourself.
The gallery is open every day in the high season (summer months) and only periodically during low season. It's always best to call or send email before visiting.
Osuuskunta Tupapuoti is a collective shop offering crafts from several different people. Most of the items sold there are decorative, and thus the price is reasonable compared to, for example, knive or full-blown chair (available in some other stores in Fiskars).
Personally, I'm not a fan of decorative items, but this shop is a heaven for the decoration aficionados. The items are well made, and there is a lot of variety in the selection. The items are also small, so they make a good present or a memoir of Fiskars village.
The store is open only on weekends during the low season. It's always best to call beforehand.
Nanna Bayer is a distinguished porcelain craftwoman in Finland. She specialises in "neriage" porcelain, a method for making extremely thin, yet durable dishes. All items are lightweight, and a espresso cup weighs far less than the coffee held in the cup. The items look distinctly handmade -- yet their quality is high, and thus there is no industrial feel.
Her shop, located in the yellow brick buildings at the very centre of Fiskars village, is also her workshop and you can witness how the dishes get their forms. Please note that the shop is not open every day during low season. It's always best to call beforehand.
Jalo is a combined jewelry store and goldsmiths working post. The store is conveniently located in the yellow brick buildings next to the belltower in Fiskars village.
There is a plethora of different rings and other jewelry items available, and items can be also custom ordered. Silver and gold are the predominant metals, but probably some others can be available, too. At least if you have enough money to buy platinum jewelry.
As an additional perk, the goldsmith sells also Tivoli Audio radios. Jewelry for her, a good radio for him...
Kopper is a combined design store and exhibition space located on the same building as restaurant Kuparipaja (copperworks). Their selection contains the bleeding edge of Finnish designers and chances are that you don't find their works in downtown Helsinki.
There is a wide variety of items, as you can see from the picture. The quality is high, and thus the price is high, too. There are also smaller items for those of us travelling on budget.
There are various exhibitions at the store, usually related to newer Finnish design or crossing between art and industrial design. There is no entrance fee to the exhibitions.
Craftshop Onoma is located in an old bellhouse that looks like the centre of Fiskars village. The shop has a bigger room for the store and a few smaller rooms for exhibitions. There is also a caf? in the building.
If you don't want to browse through all craftshops that are spread around the village, go to Onoma. It has a wide variety of different items, and most of the notable designers in Fiskars seem to have their products on the shelves.
Be warned that Finnish crafts are not that cheap, but fortunately the items sold here are of good quality and will last a lifetime or more.
This bookshop is have biggest option of books in Antique, Arts, design, architecture, handycraft, fashion, collectibles, buildings, furniture etc. etc. in Nordic! More than 2000 different books in stock! In the same shop there is also antique cafe, so take time while looking books!
What to buy: Any nice book starting from cheap art books of von Wright brothers ending to the Sumo, worlds biggest photography book! One of the last that is awailable!
What to pay: Books are costs mainly the same as in normal bookshops in finland or is even bit cheaper. Starting from just few euros ending to 3000.
Fiskars is a well known Finnish brand, maybe best knowing product is orange-handled scissors.
This is what they web site tells about company's history:
"Fiskars is one of the oldest companies in the western world. The Company dates from 1649, when a Dutch merchant was given a charter to establish a blast furnace and forging operation in the small village of Fiskars in the Western portion of Finland. This historic Finnish business is now headquartered in Helsinki and organized into a number of business units."
What to buy: From Fiskars village, you'll find uinque Fiskars shop from clock tower buildning.
Visit this nice Sassi Design store, at the same complex as the other stores, all in the centre next to each other.
Visit the Onoma Shop, an interesting collection of unique design furniture and other items design by local artists.
Visit the Kristiina Lehtonen Galeria just in the centre and maybe you can find something unique to buy and take with you home.