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It’s our favorite time of the year, and we’re excited to share the very best holiday gifts we could find, for everyone on your nice list.
Vegetarian recipes with Indian flair—and a stylish cover. Just add a ribbon! Flatiron Books, $25, barnesandnoble.com
Surprise the gardener on your list with this little-known hybrid fruit tree Via Citrus, $60, viacitrus.com
Treats fit for a king, in a woven basket built to stand the test of time. Fortnum & Mason, $250, williams-sonoma.com
A cherry wood spoon, hand carved in Pennsylvania for all your skimming needs. Jonathan’s Spoons, $30, woodspoon.com
A decidedly modern take on the most classic accessory: the flask. Odeme, $32, ofakind.com
Handsome and hardwearing towels, handmade in Kentucky on old Swedish looms. Stephanie Seal Brown, $120, stephaniesealbrown.com
Dutch tulips hand-printed on pure silk, finished with hand-rolled edges. R.B. Manville, $80, rbmanville.com
Leather on the outside. Cashmere on the inside. Plain Goods, $115, plain-goods.com
Relaxed, Moroccan-style, shearling slippers—lined with suede and made in L.A. Jenni Kayne, $275, jennikayne.com
A true multi-material masterpiece—wood, acetate, leather—for the fashion set. Roksanda, $1440, matchesfashion.com
A Truman Capote classic, bound in mint leather and undeniably chic. Saks Fifth Avenue, $85, saksfifthavenue.com
Pom-poms were originally designed to conceal a seam. This one’s just adorable. Eugenia Kim, $225, modaoperandi.com
Gorgeous, jewel-like fragrances that come with a poem? How romantic! Régime des Fleurs, $250, regimedesfleurs.com
Linen filled with flaxseed and lavender—the analog way to wind down. elizabethW, $28, elizabethw.com
Paired with a tube of fancy toothpaste or hand cream, the perfect stocking stuffer. Jayson Home, $15, jaysonhome.com
Everything they need to refresh, moisturize, cleanse, hydrate—and relax. Susanne Kaufmann, $112, needsupply.com
Handmade in London, where they know a thing or two about brightening damp days. London Undercover, $160, londonundercover.com
In sleek brass and punchy enamel, a key ring so nice they won’t want to lose it. Craig Hill, $18, craighill.co
A high-gloss lacquer tray, hand-painted with the motif of the moment: trompe l’oeil. The Lacquer Company, $450, thelacquercompany.com
French shoe horns for anyone who enjoys the finer things, really. Plain Goods, $42, plain-goods.com
Toting logs never looked so chic—or easy. Winter Session, $95, winter-session.com
A Polaroid camera that also connects to your phone—a.k.a. genius. The Impossible Project, $280, annmashburn.com
A made-to-order vase that takes Santa’s helpers 4-6 weeks to prepare. BZippy & Co., $250, bzippyandcompany.com
Because a silk and bamboo fan never made anyone look ordinary. Neue Galerie, $32, neuegalerie.org
Mohair that was sheared, dyed and woven to perfection? Enough said. Viso Project, $440, visoproject.com
What does one do with a decorative obelisk? Enjoy it, of course. Parvum Opus, $82-$248, parvumopus.com
For the people on your list who truly have everything, skip the tchotchkes and donate to a charity in their honor.
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