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GIFT IDEAS


 Indigo River Round Mug


Pottery artists Davie and Jennie Lockie have been creating vibrant stoneware in Bozeman, Montana since 1981. This pot-bellied mug is a perfect way to warm your hands on a cold morning.


Holds approx. 14-oz. Dimensions: 4 ½" H x 5" Dia. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Each mug is handmade and unique. T41253 | $24.95


 Chocolate Bar Assortment


Vintage candy maker Hammond’s describes this assortment as “one-of-a-kind confections in ten sweet varieties.” From candy cane crunch to peanut butter cup, more s’mores to sweet ’n’ spicy, there’s a chocolate bar for everyone in your offi ce or at your holiday party. 1 ½-lb. box contains ten 1.5-oz. bars.


T50241 | $32.95


 Jason Silverman Mugs


There’s a reason Jason Silverman is one of our most-collected potters; his graceful glazes make it easy to mix and match. Jason’s tall mug features a vase-like profi le and a wide-open mouth. The medium mug has lovely, rounded curves and his smaller mug fi ts comfortably in your cupped hands.


Petite Mug: holds approx. 12-oz.; dimensions: 4" H x 3 ½" Dia. Medium Mug: holds approx. 16-oz.; dimensions: 6" H x 3 ½" Dia. Tall Mug: holds approx. 14-oz.; dimensions: 5" H x 3 ½" Dia. All are dishwasher and microwave safe. Each mug is handmade and unique.


T41252 | Petite Mug, $19.95 T41251 | Medium Mug, $22.95 T41250 | Tall Mug, $24.95


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