From our favorite museum shops around the world, we’ve assembled a striking, artful, and oh-so-giftable collection of goods—no admission ticket required.
This delightfully serious embroidered velvet frog by Wiener Menagerie springs from the mind of textile designer Anke Drechsel.
Hand-tufted of 100 percent silk, the Anni Albers Temple Berry Rug by Christopher Farr features the unmistakable signature of the pioneering modernist.
$1,677 for 3′ × 5′, tate.org.uk
The remarkable image featured on this Shaker Tree of Life Cross Stitch Kit appeared in a vision to a young Shaker woman in 1854.
Handmade and hand-painted in Los Angeles, each Splatter Mug by Peter Shire features a uniquely energetic splatter pattern and color combination.
Based on a pattern designed decades ago by the great Josef Hoffmann, this elegant Hoffman Blueberry Wrapping Paper feels completely modern today.
$30 for three sheets, neuegalerie.org
We love the strong shape and soothing color of Maison Balzac’s J’ai Soif Carafe and Tumbler, mouth-blown of durable borosilicate glass.
A striking symbol of remembrance, the Trench Art Brooch is handcrafted by New Zealand artist Martin de Ruyter using repurposed shell casings from the same caliber bullets used in WWI.
Inspired by a tankard excavated at Colonial Williamsburg, the sturdy 7-Ounce Stoneware Tavern Mug is perfect for coffee or beer.
Use this adorable La Maison Inondée bowl for soup, cereal, or as a catchall on a bureau.
The eye-popping Louise Bourgeois Waves Plate by Third Drawer Down features a design from a fabric collage by the legendary artist.
Dandy Collarette Dahlia Seeds from the Hudson Valley Seed Library yield cheerful multicolored flowers that evoke dapper young men in ruffled collars.
Wrapped in electric blue velvet, this clever, palm-size Venus Jewelry Box snaps open to reveal your treasures.
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