In our shop Risfjells Sameslöjd in Vilhelmina you will find Lappish, Sami knifes, woodcups ”kosor”, jewellery, boxes, bracelets, spears, spoons, wristlets with tin thread Lappish noid (shaman) drums

Unique Lappish, Sámi items in our gallery

The biggest sami knife of the world, the unique drum made of moose antler and reindeer skin, the lappish, sami bow, a wedding crown of antler and the old noid, shaman pattern from Marsfjäll
In our gallery Risfjells Sameslöjd you will be guided by us through our Sami museum with our collection of old Lappish items. We will even guide you to interesting places worth a visit in the magnificent district of Vilhelmina.

We have as far as a 100 km view from our house, an inspiring environment.

Risfjells Sameslöjd

Ramtrumma-samisk

We want to spread the knowledge about the Lappish,Sami culture in different ways.

Risfjells Sameslöjd consists of our shop where you can buy our genuine Lappish, Sami handicraft, our gallery and museum with our own collection of old Lappish, Sami items and ”visiting our home” for cultural events. In the arctic part of the world we create Lappish, Sami handicraft, weaved pictures, paintings and Lappish, Sami song jojk born under the light of the midnight sun and the northern light.

I our production you will find Lappish, Sami handicraft as Lappish, Sami knives, jewellery, wristlets with tin thread, Lappish, Sami wooden cups, the Lappish, noid, shaman drum, art

Find us in the centre of  Vilhelmina Volgsjövägen 46 along road E45, Västerbottens län, South Lappland, Sweden

LAPP, LAPLANDER, SAMI OR LAPPISH?

The lappish people also called Same, Sami, Saami people, a people divided between four countries Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia.”Lapp” means a patch of cloth for mending, thus the name suggests that the Sami are wearing patched clothes, a derogatory term and one that needs to be replaced.
The word ”Laplander” is also problematic since that could mean any person who lives within this region, also those that are non native. Finally there’s a part of the Sami population who always have lived outside the region of ”Lapland” such as the Sami’s in Sweden’s Jemtland and Härjedalen.