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Reindeer pelts (skin) are a rarity, and there are not many places to find sustainable reindeer skins outside of Iceland. In Feldur Verkstaedi, an upmarket furnishings store in central Reykjavik, decorative reindeer skins are sold as table covers, pillow and cushion covers, and decorative throws. These skins are synonymous with Reykjavik homes, and are revered as a national symbol. Of course the store also sells lots more Icelandic speciality furnishings.

Kogga is a ceramics gallery and shop, specialising in unique and unusual ceramic pieces crafted by local artist Kolbrún Björgólfsdóttir. Kogga's main ceramic products fit into four categories, decorated 'egg of the snowbird' eggs, bottles, speciality vases, and figurative cups and bowls. Prices are not the cheapest, but the ceramic pieces are worth the money. https://www.kogga.is

Take a guided tour of the Árbær Open Air Museum on the outskirts of Reykjavik with an experienced guide. Árbær is a collection of old houses that recreates the history of Reykjavik from centuries gone by. Over 20 dark wooden homes with grass roofs shed some light on what it was like to live in Iceland many years ago.

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