Jewelry, glass and molded candles in the “Castle”
Located in Gata (the Street), one of Eidsfoss’ workers areas, a whitewashed brick buidling stands out from the surrounding red workers homes. White paint was a lot more expensive than red (which was made from iron oxide), and the building was hence called “the Castle”. It was erected in 1770 and used as a workers home for many years. In the 1920s it was used as laundry.
Today it is a gallery, and Sunart Design resides here. They offer jewelry and glass products, among other things.
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Photo: Catchy Photography