Survive and Donate with Second Hand Shopping in Oslo

One of the world’s most expensive capitals, Oslo can
still offer you an economic alternative with second hand shops supplying
everything from exclusive international brand names to local handicrafts.

Christiania City Auction Antiques & Art is one of
the most prominent of these many second hand shops in the Norwegian capital.
Christiania City Auction has solid knowledge about art and antiques. At the
auctions you can buy paintings, prints, furniture, carpets, silver, jewellery,
china, glassware/crystal etc. Auctions are held every two months, sometimes
over several days with separate departments for antiques, art, silver and

The objects are exhibited before the auctions.

Another shop having a similar selection of second hand
goods is Frøken Dianas Salonger. This place is a vintage shop that offers a
wide selection of hand-picked and custom designed products, mostly used. Here
you find everything from furniture, interiors, clothing and jewellery from the
1800s until today.

As for second hand clothes in Norway, Fretex is the
first place that comes to mind. Fretex is Norway’s biggest chain of second-hand
shops, and an important part of the Salvation Army, Norway.

At Fretex you are in for a shopping experience out of
the ordinary because the selection of products is unique, the shops are filled
up every day with exciting things, and the prices are very low.

In Fretex shops all over the country you can find
second-hand and new clothes.

Another version of Fretex is UFF Family Store. Here
you can find a wide selection of clothing, shoes and accessories for ladies,
men and children, including Norwegian sweaters and traditional dresses. Skiing
outfits and other sportswear for winter are also available in this shop.

The clothes are gifts from people in Norway and the surplus
of the sale is donated to Humana People for People’s development programmes in
Africa and India. The shop also has a Fair Trade department with a wide variety
of products from developing countries, e.g. wooden toys, recycled glass and
chocolate. Moreover, the shop is host to UFF’s new design-label
“uffo-design”, taking old and worn-out garments, re-designing and
re-sowing, turning them into new and trendy items.

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