Local Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Needing some last minute gifts? Here are some gift ideas from our local businesses.

 

West Paw Big Sky Blanket- All The Dogs

(13 S Church St)

Handcrafted in Bozeman, MT, this comfy machine washable blanket will keep your pup cozy all winter long. Not to mention it will shield your furniture from fur and drool. Pair the blanket with a matching West Paw Stuffed Teddy for extra cuddles. $32.99 – $89.99 (available in different sizes)

 

Brooks Canopy Jacket – CC Running Store

(24 S High St)

As seen on the women’s winner of last year’s Boston Marathon, this weather-resistant jacket is a wonderful present to see underneath the tree. It’s breathable, minimal, packable and most of all, indispensable. $120

 

Filet Mignon Roast – Colonial Village Meat Market

(929 S High St)

What better gift than a hot (and delicious) meal on the table? Colonial Village Meat Market will trim and tie your roast in minutes. They can also provide cooking instructions for you to ensure the perfect result. $12.99 per pound

 

Digital Transfer Kit – Disc Hounds

(323 E Gay St)

With Disc Hounds transfer kit, old pic-tures, cassette tapes, films and slides can be transferred to one place and converted to a format compatible with today’s digital standards, available on USB or DVD. No more having to dig through old closets or boxes to find a specific memory. The gift of preserved memories is one that may be treasured for generations. $99

 

Votivo Candles: Giunta’s Furniture

(513 E Gay St)

The Votivo candle is a soy-blend wax that is perfect for the gift-giving season. It’s beautiful holiday packaging will catch your eye, and each candle is hand-wrapped in a signature box. And, of course, they all smell amazing when lit. $13 – $32 (available in different sizes) 

 

Alex and Ani Calavera – H. Rose Kiddos (141 W Gay St)

Made from the purest of metals, the Calavera radiates positive energy. The sugar skull is a sweet representation of the Mexican Day of the Dead. On this day we celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed on. $38

 

B.U. Handmade Necklace – Kaly

(37 W Gay St)

These inspirational pieces are a wonderful gift for a special someone and contain a whimsical message. The necklace is sterling silver with a Prehnite stone, often known as the stone of prophecy, which stimulates energy while imparting a powerful calm. $63

 

Black Onyx Diamond Necklace – Kaplan’s Fine Jewelry

(111 W Market St)

This necklace will turn heads at any party, holiday or otherwise. With an artistic cut of black onyx, it’s made of 14 karat white gold and surrounded by diamonds. It rests on a diamond baile and totals .20 carats. $1,195

 

1960s Lucite Box Purse – Malena’s Vintage

(101 W Gay St)

An original from the 1960s this clear purse is made of faceted lucite plastic. To hide your more personal items, simply place your favorite scarf inside as a lining. With curved handles and closure swivel on hinges, it’s large enough to fit everything you need for a night out. $210

 

Blackfin Windsor Eyeglasses – New Vision Family Eye Care

(654 Downingtown Pike)

Avant-Garde design, Japanese titanium and Italian talent are all buzz words in modern design, and they all apply to the Blackfin frame line. Each pair of Blackfin glasses is designed and manufactured in Italy through a 53-step industrial/artisan production process. Made of 100% titanium, it is 48% lighter than similar frames made of the more common nickel/silver. $434

 

Johnnie-O Hudson Vest – Phineas Gage

(29 S High St)

The Hudson quilted vest is a great layering piece for the holiday season. This light-weight, insulated option will keep you warm, without carrying extra weight. It’s also 100% nylon and water resistant. $115

 

RRCC Winter Beanie – Radley Run Country Club

(1100 Country Club Rd)

This year’s design incorporates the club colors and shows off the club’s Hessian logo. The beanie is a custom design for Radley Run created by Ahead, one of golf’s leading head-wear companies. $15.99

 

Giavan Necklace – Sabrina Ann Couture

(128 N. High Street)

Sabrina Ann Couture is not just for wed-ding gowns. Pair that fabulous holiday look with a great selection of all things sparkly. This necklace in particular, would have all eyes on that special someone at every gathering this holiday season. $125

 

Sierra Nevada Snowpack 12 pack – Spaz Beverage

(1015 W Chester Pk)

Enjoy this holiday with a cold (yet warming) wintertime brew from Spaz. Featuring some big-bodied winter brews, plus Sierra’s go-to pale ale, these 12, 12oz bottles are perfect for the beer snob on your list. $20

 

Rose Gold Shoulder Duster Earring – Sunset Hill Jewelers & Fine Arts Gallery

(23 N High St)

This 14K rose gold earring will dazzle underneath the lights this season. It’s elegant style pairs perfectly with a holiday dress. It’s an astounding gift not soon to be forgotten. $1,375

 

Funny Farm Apiaries Honey – Taste of Olive

(26 S High St)

Here’s the buzz on Funny Farm Apiaries: this local company is saving bees! They produce 30 different kinds of honey that are flavored with essential oils and natural extracts. Each jar comes with 10oz of delicious honey. $21

 

Jacque Maldonado “Be Well” Syrup – The Prana House

(109 N Church St) 

This immune-boosting syrup is made with elderberries, astragalus, echinacea, alfalfa, ginger root, cinnamon, cloves, apple cider vinegar, and local raw honey. A shot a day is a great prescription for preventative care for you and your entire family. $17

 

Holiday Ornaments – Visual Expansion Gallery

(132 N High St)

These unique, West Chester-themed ornaments are perfect for any reader of this magazine (they love WC, right?). The ornaments are of local scenes by local, talented artists. They are printed on 2×2” marble with gold cord to hang from the tree, and include a gift box. $18

 

Sherpa Quarter-Zip Pullover – Way Martial Arts & Right Touch Trophies

(929 S High St) 

This time of year, a little extra coziness and warmth is always a good choice, and for blending those two options, there’s little better than a plush pullover. $44

 

Box of Holiday Cookies – Yori’s Bakery

(15 N Church St)

This delicious dessert box contains an assortment of all of small butter cook-ies. It has seasonal cut-out shapes and holiday cookies that include gingerbread, pfeffernusse, almond crescents, linzer tarts, ice box cookies and others. All of the baking is on the premises, making each cookie from scratch with only the highest quality ingredients. $16