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Hand-painted in Iznik, Turkey, in vivid shades of blue, these petite serving pieces bring a cheerful aesthetic to the table. Bowls: 2″H by 5″ in diameter; Plates: 7.5″ in diameter. $15-$25. Complemented by Moroccan teaspoons. 4.25″L. $5 (tierradellagarto.com)

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Combining reclaimed hardwoods and resin with a satin finish, these coasters elevate any beverage to VIP status. 4″ square. Set of four, $34. (wood-evolution.com)

Mesa fine artist Dyana Hesson’s paintings of Sonoran flora are prized by discerning collectors close to home and far beyond Arizona’s borders. This collection of eight blank cards and envelopes reproduce four of the Phoenix Home & Garden Master of the Southwest award-winner’s favorite works. 6″H by 4.25″W. $15 (dyanahesson.com)

This three-piece self-care set includes a miniature potted cactus and a hand soap and body lotion in such luscious desert scents as Prickly Pear Poppy, Barrel Cactus Rain and Blue Agave Sea Salt. $40 (butterandfig.com)

Jackie Alpers takes a closer look at the regional cuisine of Tucson in this richly photographed cookbook that explores everything from salsas and soups to salads and Sonoran classics. $35 (whyilovewhereilive.com)

Ceramic artist and Phoenix Home & Garden Master of the Southwest award-winning ceramist Jim Sudal presents an ornament in homage to the fruit of the prickly pear cactus. 3″H by 2.5″ in diameter. $35 (jimsudalceramicdesign.com)

Discover your favorite locally milled olive oil with this Shooter Kit that includes balanced extra virgin, Meyer lemon, bacon and roasted garlic oils plus two aged balsamic vinegars. Includes six 2-ounce bottles. $40 (queencreekolivemill.com)

Published by the Historical League of the Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park, “Tastes & Treasures II” is part Arizona history, part storytelling and part cookbook with recipes from historic Valley restaurants, including Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn, El Chorro, and Bisbee’s Café Roka. $30 (historicalleague.org/shop.aspx)

A trio of oil blends inspired by healing crystals will help you rise and shine, go with the flow and chill out with just a quick swipe on the wrists, temples or neck. Such ingredients as peppermint, palo santo, quartz, lavender and ylang ylang swirl together to both invigorate and calm  the senses. $35 (luaskincare.com)

Tucson-based confectioner Monsoon Chocolate offers a variety of mouth-watering bars made from globally sourced cacao beans. Try such regionally inspired flavors as Mesquite White Chocolate, or sample sweets from Africa and Asia. $10-$14 (monsoonchocolate.com)

A swirled ceramic planter by artist Khandra Howard makes the perfect home for a petite houseplant or succulent. 3.5″ in diameter. $35 (practical-art.com)

Handcrafted ceramic luminarias are uniquely shaped and imprinted so that no two are alike. Decorate a dinner table or line a patio with these glowing creations for a seasonal sensibility. $24-$130 (bluedoorceramics.com)

In her new cookbook, food blogger and writer Christina Barrueta unpacks the unforgettable flavors of some of the most beloved dishes created by famed Phoenix chefs and restaurateurs. $33 (writeonrubee.com)

Keep Nature Wild outfits outdoor enthusiasts in Sonoran-centric duds, such as the Desert Dweller unisex t-shirt ($28) and the Evergreen Cuffed Beanie ($24). Or express your love of the land with a set of four cacti-inspired stickers ($10). (keepnaturewild.com)

Showcasing a genuine agate slice, this vibrant cell phone grip is a perfect stocking stuffer for gemstone lovers or the stylish gal on the go. Choose from blue, pink, purple or green. $22 (milaandstevie.com)

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