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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.
Reclaimed Guitar String Gemstone Bangles
For Ladies of the Canyon and Indigo Girls, acoustic guitars never go out of style. Tune up....
For Ladies of the Canyon and Indigo Girls, acoustic guitars never go out of style. Tune up your look with these layering bangles made from real brass guitar strings accented with semi-precious stones. Maker Naomi Celestin's primary interest is art, but she was born into a family of New Orleans musicians. So she combined her interests and influences in her reclaimed guitar string jewelry designs. Her three-bangle sets feature the flexible feel of acoustic strings and non-tarnish gold wire with co
Under The Same Moon Pendant
Kathy Bransfield credits quotations for uplifting her through many of life's most challeng....
Kathy Bransfield credits quotations for uplifting her through many of life's most challenging moments, so it's a small wonder that the California-based artist makes them a focal point of her work. This pendant necklace is etched with words meant to remind us that dear ones are ever with us in spirit: "No matter the distance that divides us...we are always looking at the same moon." A 22-karat gold-plated overlay of stars and a crescent moon rests atop the sterling silver pendant, which hangs fro
Baseball Stadium Blueprint Pillow - Team Colors
For the baseball fan who sees the world through team-colored glasses, this comfy pillow is....
For the baseball fan who sees the world through team-colored glasses, this comfy pillow is a statement piece that celebrates their enduring allegiance. On one side is a beautifully detailed illustration that honors a stadium's unique history and architecture. On the other, its design specs and major events. Your ultimate fan will be reminded of cherished ballpark memories?and the ones yet to be created?every time they settle in to watch the big game. Printed in Brooklyn. Check out our Baseball S
'Master Of My Fate' Necklace
"I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." The words of William E. Henley ....
"I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." The words of William E. Henley are inscribed on a sterling silver pendant with a 22 kt gold-plated brass compass rose overlay to help you captain your own soul. Henley, one of the first British poets to write in free verse, penned the words in 1875 for his poem "Invictus." Handmade by Kathy Bransfield in California. UNCOMMON KNOWLEDGE: While in the hospital facing the amputation of his second foot (he had already lost one as a child), He
Pocket DJ Mixer
For your next big celebration, skip the club, lose the DJ, and turn your iPod into a porta....
For your next big celebration, skip the club, lose the DJ, and turn your iPod into a portable party-making machine with this sound mixer. Versatile and easy to use, the mini mixer needs no power source?just plug it into the headphone jack of your mp3 player, laptop, or phone and instantly amp up your own beats. Unlike massive traditional mixing boards, this mixer's pocket-sized proportions make it easy to bring anywhere, so never leave home without it! Bust out your pocket DJ skills at any of yo
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
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