You've got christmas fairs all over Gothenburg at the moment.
Lot of colours and many salesman in stands who love to tell you about our christmas traditions in Sweden.
Bräutigams is offering free tasting of their chocolate and marzipan.
Pratoom Jamsson is a lady from Thailand that brought some of her ancesters craftmanship to Sweden. This is handmade sculptures made by wooden glue, skin oil, oilpaint and dough. Feels like plastic but are totally reuseable.
This is some of her creations. exchanged orchids(when your orchid has wilted). These are made of the same material and got a wire inside so you are able to turn thm the way you like..
Some of her figures. You are able to read more about her creations on pratom.se
In another corner you'll meet Agneta Hansson that been joining this market for 25 years. Agneta loves colours and are mixing photos from the archipelago with her figures.
Agneta tells me she started with painting jewelry in 1983. She then started at art achademy and continued with painting and other sorts of art.
This is some of her cutting boards that contains of a picture in the background and painted figures in front. Lot of colours.
This is one of her colourful paintings. Beside you'll see painted cups and also some silver bracelets, rings and similar. You'll see more of Agnetas creations on agnetadesign.com
Close to Brautigams you'll find Gunilla Nasslin who offers you a taste on different jams, christmas mustard and Gloegg(a sort of swedish gluhwein).
Here you'll find different jams like cloudberry, blueberry, cowberry and raspberry jam.
You'll also find jam from a quite unknown berry called bramble or arctic raspberry. These plants grows in the north of sweden and are hard to find sometimes. You could, actually, find a liquer made by these berries called Mesimarja liquer. See more on www.alko.fi . This company selling these different jams got the name FC agenturer in Fjärås. They do not got any homepage yet but I think you'll reach them by calling +46 300 544481 between 08:00-16:00 +1 GMT.