• 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
  • Mein design Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Ulrike Eckerstorfer opened Mein Design in 2010 with the intention of selling locally made sustainable (and in many cases organic) goods. The shop is separated into multiple small sections that each house the work of a different designer. Twice a year new designers are chosen, and – with the exception of Eckerstorfer's products – there is a completely new line-up of goods. This concept shop offers up-and-coming designers an opportunity to engage… More info
    Kettenbrückengasse 6/1/1, Vienna, 1040
  • Werkbank Vienna (Home & Design, Furniture)
  • Die Werkbank is a small, quaint shop with a big bold concept: handmade. That’s right, everything inside is handcrafted. The owner, Katharina, describes it as a little bird amongst the giant global brands or, in other words, as a space for young artisan designers to exhibit and sell their work. The name of the shop translates to "the work bench," reflecting its former life as the carpentry workshop of Katharina's father. And while the smell of… More info
    Breite Gasse 1, Vienna, 1070
  • Gabarage Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • With their one-of-a-kind concept store, Gabarage has simultaneously managed to help people in need while creating remarkable products. Founded in 2002 by Gabriele Gottwald-Nathaniel in collaboration with the Anton Proksch Institute, Gabarage helps recovering drug addicts back on their feet by offering them one-year apprenticeships in their production facility. Here, the focus is on re-using discarded materials by "upcycling" them to make… More info
    Schleifmühlgasse 6, Vienna, 1040
  • Renate asenbaum Vienna (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • The vintage and uniquely hand-made jewelry in this place is as charismatic and colorful as the owner, Miss Renate Asenbaum – a dame who creates baubles with character. Behind the narrow shop space with its red walls draped with jewelry, you’ll find Renate working away on her newest creation. And whether it’s a funky necklace made up of cowboy and Indian figurines or an elephant broach, we can guarantee it will be bold, beautiful, outrageous in… More info
    Tuchlauben 12, Vienna, 1010
  • Ring king Vienna (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Ring King inspires that cliché scenario where people launch into the story of how they bought their bauble in the quaint little shop, tucked away down the little cobble stone alley, when somebody notices it on their finger - and trust us, people will notice the Ring King’s rings. One of the few craftsmen in Vienna still making rings by hand, it seems jeweller and store owner Max Gruen’s signature designs dawned on him during a zoo visit - a… More info
    Kleeblattgasse 9, Vienna, 1010
  • Galerie v&v Vienna (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Galerie V&V is not your ordinary high street jeweler. As its name suggests, the store operates as a gallery for objects that blur the lines between the applied, fine, sculptural and conceptual arts. The shop was founded by jewelry designers Veronika Schwarzinger and Verena Formanek (hence the name V&V) in 1982, and in 1990 moved to its current location on Bauernmarkt, just steps away from where tourists gather every day to watch the famous… More info
    Bauernmarkt 19, Wien, 1010
  • Su Vienna (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Su
    In March of 2011 Susanne Gökcen opened her shop Su on Josefstädter Straße, the main thoroughfare of Vienna’s 8th district and home to the Theater an der Josefstadt. Su, which is short for the owner’s name, also translates to “water” and “aquatic” in native Turkish. It was in Turkey that Susanne and her then-fiancée picked out their wedding bands from local jewelry designers. It occurred to her that the jewelry aesthetic they found in Turkey was… More info
    Josefstädter Strasse 20/4, Vienna, 1080
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