• Wissenschaftliches kabinett Vienna (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Wissenschaftliches Kabinett is a cabinet of curiosities; the toy box of a science and nature geek who has compiled artifacts and other paraphernalia that all carry the spirit of science, natural history and old-world exploration. Perhaps that is why this narrow enclave in the old city centre of Vienna has become a favorite for museums, artists seeking inspiration and serious collectors. Meanwhile, the store’s owner and writer of natural history… More info
    Spiegelgasse 23, Vienna, 1010
  • Schwab kunsthandel Vienna (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Located just a stone's throw from the Staatsoper, Schwab is a treasure chest of antique jewelry, ceramics and home furnishing items. Michael Schwab is the man behind this miraculous vintage collection, much of which he procures while on trips to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Los Angeles and Atlantic City. With artifacts dating back to the early 20th century, Schwab's inventory includes jewelry from Hermes, Tiffany's and George Jensen, as well as more… More info
    Krugerstrasse 17, Vienna, 1010
  • Bel etage Vienna (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • For over 30 years, Vienna-native Wolfgang Bauer's life has revolved around beautiful, Jugendstil antiques. His store, Bel Etage, is very much a labor of love, the culmination of years of dedicated collecting. One merely needs to look in the shop windows to realize that this place is something special, more like a museum than an antiques retailer. The comparison is apt when one considers that several items from Bauer's collection have been on loan… More info
    Mahlerstrasse 15, Vienna, 1010
  • Eva blut Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Eva Buchleitner founded the label Eva Blut in 1998, after having graduated from the Fashion Institute in Hetzendorf and working as an accessory design assistant for Vivienne Westwood in London. The label's first ten years saw the launch of bi-annual clothing collections, shows in Paris and the following of an international clientele from Europe, Japan and the United States. In 2008, Eva Buchleitner switched gears and began focusing on accessory… More info
    Kühfußgasse 2, Vienna, 1010
  • R. horn's Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Mahlerstrasse 5, Vienna, 1010
  • R. horn's Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Bräunerstrasse 7, Vienna, 1010
  • R. horn's Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Robert Horn has been manufacturing his elegant leather goods for over two decades. The antique-lovers who roam near his shop certainly know to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail. "These people have an eye for special things," Horn told us. However, even customers with less extravagant tastes are likely to fall in love with the selection of expertly-crafted purses and briefcases. The original store can be a challenge to find, as it is… More info
    Stephansplatz 3, Vienna, 1010
  • Gragger & cie Vienna (Food, Bakery)
  • In a world where speed has become the name of the game, Helmut Gragger knows that sometimes it helps to slow things down a little. That is why in his bakery in the Spiegelgasse, Gragger & Cie, Gragger abstains from using any chemical accelerants for his divine sourdough creations. The slogan here is “À la recherche du pain perdu.” Like Proust and his madeleines, Helmut Gragger was inspired by something which he felt had been lost, in this case… More info
    Spiegelgasse 23, Vienna, 1010
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