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BERTEL GARDBERG 101 Celebratory exhibition at the Copper Smithy

Bertel Gardberg was a Finnish silversmith, designer, artist and academician, who is regarded as a leading master of applied art in Finland. He worked as an artisan and designer for over 50 years and contributed to the international reputation of Finnish design. Gardberg made both unique, one-off objects – jewellery and miniature sculpture – as well as commissioned piece and works of industrial design. Along with silver, he worked with a variety of other materials, such as stone, wood, steel,...

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

We wish you a joyful Christmas time and a Happy New Year! Thak you for the year 2017 to all of our visitors, followers, partners and to all of the entrepreneus and inhabitants of Fiskars Village!

/Fiskars Village info team

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Choose a peaceful Christmas!

Do you have some last minute shopping to do before Christmas Eve? We invite you to the atmospheric and peaceful Fiskars Village!

Here you will find handmade and genuinely personal gifts for you and your loved ones. Or how about giving time and a moment together in beautiful surroundings as a present this year?

The shops and workshops are open normally this week, also on 23rd December!

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BERTEL GARDBERG 101 Celebratory exhibition at the Copper Smithy

Bertel Gardberg was a Finnish silversmith, designer, artist and academician, who is regarded as a leading master of applied art in Finland. He worked as an artisan and designer for over 50 years and contributed to the international reputation of Finnish design. Gardberg made both unique, one-off objects – jewellery and miniature sculpture – as well as commissioned piece and works of industrial design. Along with silver, he worked with a variety of other materials, such as stone, wood, steel,...

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FIRE&LIGHT 28.10.2017 — 25.11.2017

Fiskars Village will be filled with fire and light when CulturaMobila decorates Fiskars River with giant lanterns shaped like animals. The path of lanternas starts at the market place and follows you to Coppersmithy where Cultura Mobila arranges a spectacle including theater, music, fire installations and giant dolls, five Saturdays in October and November. The show is suitable for both adults and children over 7 years. 

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