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Gifts Under $500




Nothing says Christmas like a riding toy beneath the tree, and the Red Roadster Scoot recalls those magical mornings of yesteryear. Inspired by vintage European race cars, this sturdy metal machine has a working steering wheel and was designed without pedals for easy mobility. Ages 2-4. 16.5″H by 34″L by 13.5″W. $199 (

Every day is a spa day in the bamboo rayon robe by Silk Story. Lightweight yet cozy enough for cool Arizona winters, it features hidden pockets and cuffed full-length sleeves. Available in four sizes and three colors: oyster with white trim (shown), white and charcoal. $240 (

Give a reminder of Sedona’s magical landscapes with the Cathedral Rock pendant. Rendered in rose gold and surrounded by rhodium-plated sterling silver, the natural landmark shimmers like its red sandstone counterpart. A white sapphire adds to the allure. 1.34″H by 1.3″W. $185 (

The stylishly retro Modernique Glasses with Caddy by Julia Buckingham is the perfect addition to a bar cart or countertop. Adorned with a golden Greek key design and red trim, this set of eight drinking glasses combines functionality with personality. Cocktails never looked so glamorous. $200 (

Made in Japan, the faceted cast iron Zakuro Teapot is inspired by the geometric beauty of origami. Holds 24 ounces. Available in red, turquoise and dark blue. $325 (

Little ladies will be warm and winsome in an adorable wool coat featuring charming artwork by Willa Heart. Lavishly embroidered dogs perch on tufted pillows with dimensional tassels; the satin lining features a matching lattice print. Available in pink or blue. $200 (

After a hectic morning of opening gifts, enjoy a cup of hot cocoa while relaxing in the Vineyard Porch Rocking Chair. Made of Polywood that won’t chip, crack, peel or fade, even under the hot Sonoran sun, it features a 20-year warranty. $319 (

Phoenix-based artist Danielle Hacche is known for her sophisticated use of color and geometric abstractions in pastel, acrylic, gouache and micron pen. Her original works will liven up any modern interior. Designs vary. 30″H by 22″W. $325 (

Amethyst mined from the Mazatzal Mountains north of Phoenix stars in this pair of elegant oval dangle earrings from Four Peaks Mining Co. Each 0.75-carat stone is set in 14-karat yellow gold. 1.5″L. $480 (

Phoenix ceramist Sandy Seigel adds her distinctive artistic touch to Havdalah, the Jewish ceremony that marks the end of Sabbath. Featuring her distinctive botanical designs, this four-piece set includes a Kiddush cup, candle holder, lidded spice box and a plate. $300 (

The art enthusiast on your list would be thrilled to receive a Picasso or Miró—and now they can with the Copenhagen Art Pillow Collection. Choose from more than a dozen masterful works by renowned Surrealists. 18″ square. $289 (

Does your significant other have Sonoran pride? Then this sterling silver belt buckle is sure to please. Handmade by John Finkey of Apache Junction, this eye-catching piece showcases the beauty of the desert landscape. 2″H by 3″W. $225 (

Celebrate Hanukkah in style with the Ascalan Menorah designed by celebrated industrial designer Brad Ascalan. Crafted from Carrara marble, its eight facets correspond to the eight days of the Jewish holiday, with diagonals at 18-degree angles. Comes with 45 hand-dipped 6″H white candles. $295 (

All eyes will be on you when you go shopping with the Soleil Bag by Céleste Mogodor. A curious eye framed by celestial rays is embroidered with silk threads, bullions and glass and Miyuki beads on natural linen and topped with leather handles. 13.7″H by 19.3″W by 9″D. $450 (


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