Portland Monthly's 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

You’ve got a list. You’ve checked it twice. Buy these local gifts of pour-overs, special-edition Trail Blazers wine, and go-go boots for those who’ve been nice.

By Eden Dawn Photography by Michael Novak November 26, 2019 Published in the December 2019 issue of Portland Monthly

ABOVE: Klebba wooden sailboat no. 1, $105 at Cord; Wild and Wolf globe light, $115 at EcoVibe Home


Wildehaus two-toned medium plant stand ($58) and small squat plant stand ($52); similar plants and pots available at Arium Botanicals; Girls and Their Cats book, $25 at Powell’s Books; Jax Task Light, $248 at Cord; Bridge Nine Cypress and Bayberry advent candle, $36, Wild and Wolf globe light, $115 at EcoVibe Home


Anabaglish Addie leather backpack, $148; Kiriko Split Indigo Tie, Kansemizumon and Asanoha, $95 at Kiriko; Material & Movement vintage china Luster Necklace ($200) and Grey & Gold Tassle Necklace ($284); Intentionally Blank leather Pam boot ($279) and Per My Last Email beanie ($30); Favor top knot crown hair pin ($44), brass crescent hair pin ($34), cusp brass ponytail holder ($34), disc ponytail holder ($34), Nomad brass bobbies ($32); Bloom and Grow rainbow dangle earrings, $38 at Citizen Ruth


Eliot’s Nut Butter Spicy Thai Peanut Butter, $9; Daterra Cucina 13-inch ceramic wok, $119; Adelsheim 2017 Trail Blazers chardonnay and pinot noir, $50; One Stripe Chai, $24/two-pack; Portland Bitters Project Orange, Woodland, Aromatic, and Super Spice bitter, $15 and up; Katie M Mudd Ceramics pour-over coffee, $50; Real Good Food custom gift basket items Camellia green limas ($6), Real Good Food Louisiana dried shrimp ($8), Pinhais gourmet sardines ($7)


Push It Salt n Pepa shakers ($20) and Cambro Golden Girls tray ($23) at Citizen Ruth; Edro Made Opinel walnut paring knife, $42; Kaweco Skyline Sport fountain pen ($25) and Perkeo fountain pen ($18), Studio Arhoj pencil cup ($35), Koh-i-noor Triograph pencil ($3 each), Papier Tigre Le Carnet Dot Grid Notebook in small ($17) and large ($24), at Little Otsu

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