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FRX3 by Eton

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Stay prepared for anything with this hand-powered, portable radio/smartphone charger/flashlight $60.00

Eton's FRX3 keeps your household prepared for any emergency. The rechargeable FRX3 features with AM/FM, all seven NOAA weather band stations and the "Alert" system. When the "Alert" function is on, the radio will automatically broadcast emergency weather alerts for your area such as hurricanes, tornadoes and severe storms. Set the solar panel in the sun or spin the hand turbine for one minute to......read more

Esque Studio Decanter

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Handmade recycled glass design $174.00

Everyone needs a decanter in these trying times. This one happens to be handmade in Portland, Oregon by the good folks at Esque Studio. It also comes carbon neutral and is made of 100% recycled glass. Esque decanters are hardened in an electric furnace powered by wind energy. It's beautiful and responsibly made. Every product should have that back story....read more

Artifact Lunch Bag

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Let your sandwich ride in style. $45.00

If you're into packing a lunch for work (we're told you should be), then it's time to ditch dumb disposable bags and finally put away the comic book lunchbox. Artifact's reusable lunch bag, formally called No. 215, is the best we've seen yet. Handmade in Omaha, Nebraska from water-repellant waxed cotton, the tote has a Horween leather strap and hand hammered, solid copper......read more

Bar Bottle Opener

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Hand made in San Francisco by FluffyCo $34.00

Bring some warmth to your kitchen with this wooden Bar Bottle Opener. With a locally-sourced agath plywood base, the wallmounted unit features an American-made, cast-iron Starr X opener for easy beer cracking. The base is screen-printed by hand and urethane-sealed using water-based materials. A pre-drilled hole and included hardware makes installation simple. Hand made in San......read more

Vermont Wooden Spoon Co.

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Kitchen utensils and boards hand-carved from sustainably harvested woods. $16.00

Vermont Wooden Spoon Co. is the brainchild of wood carver Jordan Marvin, who handcrafts rustic kitchen wares from local, sustainably harvested hardwoods like cherry, maple, black walnut and apple. The range includes spoons, spatulas, ladles, salad sets, serving sets and bread and cheese boards, all of which are food-safe and sealed with a light layer of mineral oil. The......read more

Lemon Ball

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Throwback baseball conjures earlier era. $35.00

Created by Paul Cunningham, a longtime Major League Baseball photo editor, the Lemon Ball is a throwback baseball made from premium leather. Based on the original lemon peel style ball from the early 19th Century, the Lemon Ball is a beautiful tribute to an earlier era. Designed to withstand the rigors of outdoor play, the Lemon Ball is perfect for a game of stick ball, baseball, or street ball,......read more

Ginger Syrup from Morris Kitchen

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A fresh yet piquant spike for cocktails $15.00

NYC chef Tyler Morris stays busy on the side mixing up small-batch syrups alongside his sister, Kari. Morris Kitchen's first elixir is a simple blend of freshly juiced ginger and sugar, the perfect addition to summer cocktails on a steamy eve. The Ginger Syrup is handsomely bottled in an apothecary style amber glass jar with a letterpress-printed label, stamped with the bottling date. There are a......read more

Handmade Wood Boxes

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Functional pieces of forest from General Store in SF $40.00

Located in the Outer Sunset district of San Francisco, General Store offers up a tasteful selection of daily goods, including these rough-hewn wood boxes, which are handmade from a variety of tree species. Dubbed "Woods From the Forrest" (their spelling, not ours), the boxes are shaped from chunks of wood pulled straight from the forest floor. That gives them a raw, natural feel that......read more

Recycled Cloth Garlands

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Hand-stitched decorative ornaments created from scrap fabric $60.00

These colorful, heart-shaped garlands are hand-stitched and beaded from recycled clothing scraps by a small group of women in the town of Yjutlan, near Oaxaca, Mexico. Inspired by milagros found in Oaxaca’s Basilica de la Soledad, the one-of-a-kind hearts are strung into garlands and wrapped around handmade paper created by local artisans.  ...read more

Staples & Sundries Soap

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All-natural lather handmade in small batches in the Pacific Northwest $7.95

From Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop comes Staples & Sundries, a line of natural soaps informed by the history and environment of Western Canada, with vintage-feeling packaging was designed by Ptarmak design house in Austin, TX. With a fresh and lively scent, the Alberta Wild Rose soap pays homage to the wildflower that blankets much of the province through the summer. Other curiously named......read more

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