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Situated right across the main street in the bustling old town center of Basel, Spinnler & Schweizer spells authenticity and high quality craftsmanship to the highest degree. That top brands like Tissot, Rolex, Rado and TAG Haueur prefer to exhibit their watches here, is testament to the reliability of this grand establishment. The sales staff are efficient enough to help you make a guided decision based on your tastes and budget.
It's like stepping back centuries, before the invention of the printing press, when you enter Scriptorium. The historic building completes the impression. You wouldn't be surprised if a monk, hands stained with ink, wandered past. This is the place for quills, fountain pens, seals, and other writing tools and even for calligraphy itself. If your fountain pen heirloom is causing you problems, come to Scriptorium, where they'll look after it with tender loving care.
SET&SEKT is a clothing and accessory store founded in the year 2007. It has a careful selection of the best products by well-known fashion designers. All its products are of high-quality that guarantees durability. The ambiance of the store is stylish that gives you a modern and a classy feel. So whether it is jewelry, leather goods, books, magazines, formal wear or informal wear, they have it all.
Weinladen Falstaff is a wine shop set in the historic city walls that serves some of the best wines and olives. There are more than 400 wines available in this store. The best part of this store is that it is open 24/7, so no matter when you want to pick up a few bottles, you can do so. The store is located in a hotel and is part of the hotel group.
If you thought all buttons were more or less the same then you obviously haven't been to Roosens, where you can buy them in all shapes and sizes. Buttons have never been so well-represented and customers are often at a loss about which to choose; not surprising when there are small roses made of wire, intricate porcelain buttons with Chinese faces on them, buttons in the shapes of wolves' or lions' heads, animals and flowers made of glass. All of the buttons are kept in drawers and children in particular love discovering what there is to buy. Roosens' collection could well be never-ending and the shop loves finding new buttons. The display cases in the entrance are like those in a museum and customers can even purchase a small book documenting the history of buttons and how they have been made.