Some residential and fashion accessories of this shop in Spiegelgasse 13 reflect centuries-old traditions of solid craftsmanship. In a world of high technology, it becomes quite pleasant to be confronted with age-related quality demands.
The jeweler of the emperors has been an ambassador of love for more than 200 years, because there is hardly a better "language of love" than individual handmade jewellery with fine gemstones. As early as 1849, Jacob H. Köchert became the personal jeweler of Emperor Franz Joseph as K. and K. Kammerjuwelier. Sisis famous diamant stars come from the studio of the Köchert company, which is still located on the first floor of the company building on Neuer Markt. Today, as at that time, the customer is an emperor at Köchert.
The Vienna Store specializes in "kitsch-free" and, above all, original Viennese products, apart from the classic holiday souvenirs.
Cookie cutters in the shape of a ferris wheel, Vienna cards, cans that look like emissaries, lamps, books, clocks, notepads, pens, all in connection with Vienna.
The Viennese Porcelain Manufactory was founded in 1718 and is the second oldest manufactory in Europe. As it was in the past, the “white gold” from Vienna has been lovingly moulded and shaped, glazed and painted by hand, by people who are experts in their respective crafts and thus ensure that each and every single item is unique.
About 100 years ago, Engelbert Drechsler created a meeting place for coffee enthusiasts full of tradition in a relaxed atmosphere. Today, after having been redesigned by Conran & Partners with a stylish atmosphere, Café Drechsler is impressive and proves that a place can be modernised in the 21st century but still preserve something from its rich history. It is an ideal café to have a rest after a stroll through the legendary Naschmarkt. By the way, the Café Drechsler is also quite an attractive place for night owls: There is a DJ here three times a week!