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Deep Sea Sand Art
Place this magical beauty on a bookshelf, desk, mantel, or coffee table, rotate the glass ....
Place this magical beauty on a bookshelf, desk, mantel, or coffee table, rotate the glass ring, and watch as delicate drifts of light, dark, and glittery golden sand shift into deserts, mountains, clouds, rain, oceans, and smoke, all ebbing and flowing into one another. Handmade in Austria. We placed our first order of Klaus Bosch's sand art on January 10, 2008, and it's been beloved by our customers ever since: "It's so easy to get lost in the ever-changing artistic formations of the Deep Sea S
PhoneSoap Smartphone Sanitizer
Your handy electronic devices have one unwanted function: they?re a breeding ground for ba....
Your handy electronic devices have one unwanted function: they?re a breeding ground for bacteria. This easy-to-use sanitizer and charger helps zap most of those germs. Simply place your device inside, attach the included charging cable, and close the lid. Ultra-violet lights do the dirty work. The case even has built-in acoustic amplifiers so you can keep listening to music or use your phone's alarm while it's getting its spa treatment. Made in China.
New York Times Custom Birthday Book
Commemorate a newsworthy birthday with a collection of the New York Times front pages from....
Commemorate a newsworthy birthday with a collection of the New York Times front pages from each year since their birth, personalized with name and birth date, and preserved in a handsome library binding. Whether it's a milestone decade or a personally significant number of years, the collection forms a fascinating snapshot of history seen through the lens of your special day. Made in Williston, Vermont. Click here for our New York Times Custom Anniversary Book, Baseball Book, and Football Book.
Bike Chain Bowl
Since he was a kid, Graham Bergh has been making things out of found objects. After gettin....
Since he was a kid, Graham Bergh has been making things out of found objects. After getting his Master's in Economics and Environmental Policy, he wanted to become an innovative recycling professional when he got a flat tire on his bike and said, "Hmmm...interesting material..." So he got to building creations by hand out of recycled bicycle parts, and soon gathered a team of artists to come up with new ideas and assemble the ideas they had. The results are distinctive accents like this bike cha
Glass Water Faucet
Have that one room in your house that's thirsty for style? This glass and metal faucet wil....
Have that one room in your house that's thirsty for style? This glass and metal faucet will inspire double-takes with its lifelike flowing glass water. The piece was created by?Gary Guydosh?while training as a glassblower at Bowling Green State University. Over the next 19 years, he refined the design and created thousands of these sculptures in his Pittsburgh studio.? Now, Glassblower Luke Adams and his team carry on the legacy of this unique design. Using a traditional solid-glass shaping tech
Nailed It Desk Organizer
You'll have no problem hitting it off with business associates or making a new client smil....
You'll have no problem hitting it off with business associates or making a new client smile with Fred Conlon's quirky, spring-loaded desk accessory that brings more than fun to the table: Each piece is handmade out of recycled steel and salvaged tool parts. And the best part? It works! Strike up conversation every time you hand out business cards or lend a pen. Handmade in Utah. Visit our blog for the inside scoop on Fred's background, plus a peek into a typical day in his shop.
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