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A "treasure trove" of Scandinavian Products and Viking Gifts!

We are a Scandinavian gift shop located in historic Long Grove, Illinois. We carry products and gifts from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and surrounding countries. If you are in the market for Norwegian products, Swedish gifts, Danish and Finnish items and more, then stop by our Viking shop today.

Hours and Location

Our regular store hours are Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (More information on winter and holiday hours.)

We're located at 438 Robert Parker Coffin Road (near the covered bridge), Long Grove, Illinois. Need directions?

Give us a call (847-634-1009) if you have any questions.

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Viking Gifts

Viking Treasures carries an assortment of Viking gifts. Stop in today to find the perfect Viking gift.

Viking gifts

Our Viking products feature a wide variety of items including Viking World Tour t-shirts!

We carry Kongetinn-Royal Pewter flatware inspired by King Olav the Holy, and ‘Saga Viking’ the new stainless steel Viking pattern by Fjord Design Scandinavian Flatware. We also carry pewter Viking ships, pewter figures of Viking kings, and other pewter pieces from companies such as: Dal-Tinn, Sigmund Espeland, Eik, Havstad Tinn and Arne Haugrud. There are also, wrought iron candle holders, Thor’s hammer shot glasses, bronze Viking figures, statuettes of Viking kings, and a baby Viking with helmet and pacifier.

Viking trolls are ‘so ugly they’re cute’. Stop on by to see our collection. Our Viking trolls carry swords or spears or even each other. There’s also one fellow who hides under his helmet. We have Fosse, NyForm, Lommedalen and Tusse trolls.

Our Viking jewelry includes a wide range of styles, from traditional reproductions to modern designs, based on Viking themes including amulets of Thor’s hammer (Mjølnir) and pendants inscribed with runes. Viking jewelry comes in pewter, bronze, sterling silver, and glass.

Viking gifts

Come into Viking Treasures to see true pieces of real craftsmanship. Hand carved wood pieces from Henning depict Viking farmers and Viking marauders. Henning has carved a most magnificent Viking ship and there are Nordic gods as well. Scandinavian crystal from Mats Jonasson, Mantorp, Steninge Slott, Nybro, and Glass Forum are handcrafted pieces that are an inspiration in Viking design. Drinking horns are available in hand blown glass, porcelain, or the real thing: horn. There are several striking Viking patterns on Scandinavian linens including choices from the Swedish company Ekelund, ‘The Linen of Kings’, master weavers since 1692.

Don’t forget about the kids or ‘the kid at heart’. We have plastic Viking helmets to fit the wee-ones and larger sizes for adults.

If you’re looking for a ‘new’ recipe for tonight’s* dinner, why not try an ‘old’ recipe from our ‘Viking Cookbook’? Though true to the essence of how the Vikings ate, the recipes are a modern compilation and are to be prepared on the stove or in the oven, not over an open fire as the Vikings would have done. Viking Treasures carries Felix lingonberry (tyttebœr or puolukka) and Hafi cloudberry (multebär or molte) preserves to add a special touch to your Viking game dish, pancakes or dessert.

Viking gifts

And we have a great collection of books about Vikings and Norse mythology. There are coloring books for the younger set, and several junior-high level books that can continue a child’s adventure in discovering more about Vikings.

Then there are historic novels like, ‘The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman’ or the ‘Viking Trilogy: Odinn’s Child, Sworn Brother and King’s Man’. Viking Treasures carries Tiina Nunnally’s brilliant translations of ‘Kristin Lavransdatter: The Wreath, The Wife and The Cross’, Sigrid Undset’s historic trilogy, as well as a new release from J.R.R. Tolkien. “New?” you say. “But Tolkien died in 1973!” Ah yes, but his son, Christopher Tolkien, has published for the first time (2009) his father’s own composed version in the style of a great Norse epic, ‘The Legend of Sigurd & Gudrún’. Come on in to see our full collection of Viking and Norse mythology books.

There are more Viking items to choose from than can be listed here. Come into Viking Treasures to find that unique Viking gift and learn more about Viking culture and history.

*Tuesday is named after the Norse god Tyr.
*Wednesday is named after the Norse god Odin (also known as Wodan).
*Thursday is named after the Norse god Thor.
*Friday is named after the Norse goddess Freya (also known as Freia).

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