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Gifts Under $500

Carved from wood and colorfully painted, Malian harvest puppets of the Bozo tribe are used to communicate tribal history, customs and morals. They bring authentic charm to any decor. Small: 24″H by 25″W by 7″D; Large: 28″H by 31″W by 7″D.  $464-$525 (

The Gifts Their Hearts Desire…

He’ll enjoy sipping his favorite spirits with this crystal decanter (8.3″H by 4.7″ in diameter; holds 30 ounces) and 14-ounce double Old-Fashioned glass, which feature solid pewter bases. $290 for the set. (

Phoenix artist Kevin Caron’s one-of-a-kind patinated steel sound bowls, with wood-and-leather mallets, create a sense of serenity. Shown here is “Sweet and Low,” 14″H by 12″ in diameter. $500 (

Woodworker Dale Talley’s whimsical cabinets, which are crafted from reclaimed wood and found objects, store tiny treasures in fairytale style. 24″H by 20″W. $300 (

Dotted with rows of geometric studs, this fun, funky ceramic vase with a vibrant red glaze by artist Elliott Kayser lends drama and texture to a space, whether displayed alone or in a grouping. 11″H by 7″ in diameter. $325 (

She’ll feel like her favorite celebrity—from Lizzo to Kendall Jenner—when carrying the trendy Micro Pinch Chain Bag. Made of polished cowhide leather, this mini bag measures 4″H by 4.5″W by 2″D and features a removable silver-toned chain. Available in Slime and Black. $325 (

As beautiful in daylight as it is when illuminated, the lacy open-weave design of the Kartell Mini Kabuki table lamp casts intricate shadows on moonlit walls. 27.5″H by 12″ in diameter. $475 (

Smeg’s retro-style toaster, with four extra-wide slots for everything from bread to bagels, adds vintage flair to midcentury and modern kitchens alike. Available in six stylish shades. $315 (

Each aspen wood burl vase is as unique as the tree from which it came, and celebrates the beauty of nature’s unpredictable artistry. Sizes vary. $300-$500 (

Whether displayed on a shelf or a desk, artist Mayme Kratz’s “Memory Blocks” celebrate the cycles of change and rebirth in nature. This petite sculpture captures dried sunflowers in resin. 2″ square. $395 (

Bright, saturated hues collide with pastels and minimal abstractions in the popular Colour Boxes by Phoenix artist Daniel Shepherd, aka TooFangSkinny. Acrylic on hand-distressed wood panel, 18″H by 24”W. $450 (

Get noticed in Rosa Kilgore’s “Rising Phoenix” necklace, which showcases Kingman turquoise set in sterling silver, freshwater pearls and hand-hammered ancient bronze primitive crosses. $425 (

Designed by artisan Jason Catlin, the sterling silver Landscape Cuff showcases the beauty of Arizona and the innovative vision of architect Paolo Soleri. Available in three sizes, starting at $400. (

Glendale-based artist and veteran Bill Letterman crafts stunning works of art from hardwoods, such as this bowl, which comprises 1,700 pieces of wenge, walnut, maple, mahogany and more. $499 (

On cold winter evenings, she’ll want to wrap herself in the eye-catching Cheryl ikat boiled-wool kimono coat. Handmade in India, this flattering wrap is soft, lightweight and comes in a festive geranium red hue. $350 (

“My Childhood” by Phoenix artist Randy Slack will bring cheer to any office, dorm or living room wall. Featuring some of TV and film’s most iconic characters and creatures from the 1960s through the ‘80s, this limited-edition print is signed and numbered. 18″H by 24″W. $325 (


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