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2017 Gift Guide: Gifts Under $100

by Rebekah Carey

For better or worse, this year is nearly coming to a close… meaning that gift giving season is upon us! Whether you’re looking for a sustainable gift, one that’s made from recycled materials, or benefits artisans abroad, or is from your local crafter, or honors an ancient art — or is simply beautiful — we’ve rounded up a group of thoughtful gifts that we’d be happy to give or receive — and best yet? They’re all under $100. What are your favorite gifts to give? —Rebekah

Hawkins New York, Recycled Glassware, Ranging from $8 for the medium glass to $32 for the pitcher

Block Shop, Otto Napkin, $12 each

Tactile Matter, Incense Burner No. 1, $52

Amy Hamley Ceramics, Starburst Lidded Stash Jars, $48-$68

Anchal Project, Small Organic Cotton Throw-Gold, $98

Vía Raíz, Lagos Del Mundo, Glass & Wood Containers, $65

Nani Pani, The Sanva Scarf, $36

Artifact Uprising, Wooden Photo Ledge, from $49

Rose & Fitzgerald, Bottle Holder-Soapstone, $65

Salad for President-A Cookbook Inspired by Artists, Julia Sherman, $35

il Buco Vita, Collepino Twisted Candle, $18-$24

Gravel & Gold, How To Not Always Be Working, Marlee Grace, $7

Totem, Brass Sides Spoons, $24 each

Intiearth, Woven Pillow 13, $60

Bolé Road, Amaro Napkin-Mist, $79 for set of four

Black Swan Handmade, Ideal Spatula, $36

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