You didn’t think we’d go through twelve whole days of gift guides without one devoted to our fair city, did you? Strap in for the second-to-last (and last second) guide to gifts that scream Seattle:
Grandma’s Wooden Tooth Seattle skyline iPhone skin (pictured above)
Available in cherry, mahogany or walnut wood, sport Seattle love (and add style to your precious phone) with this Etsy seller’s etched design.
Shiro: Wit, Wisdom & Recipes from a Sushi Pioneer book
There may not be any gratuitous shots of the Space Needle here, but this lovely book showcases the other side of Seattle, the sushi-loving city by the sea. In famous sushi chef Shiro Kashiba’s beautiful new memoir, Shiro: Wit, Wisdom & Recipes from a Sushi Pioneer (published by Seattle’s Chin Music Press; $20), he speaks of the bounty of Puget Sound. (Read more in our December feature of the illustrious chef.)
Sweetium’s Seattle map necklace
Laser-cut from birch wood or black acrylic material, Sweetium’s Seattle map necklace is deliciously subtle yet still bursting with Northwest pride.
Gemini Studio’s Seattle neighborhoods poster
Celebrate our (notorious) neighborhood pride with Gemini Studio’s handmade rustic canvas neighborhood poster, etched with graphic typography and coated for a sophisticated shine.
Just one more day of the gift guide left (tomorrow is devoted to stocking stuffers), but if you’ve missed any of the previous installments, get caught up:
Photos courtesy of Grandma’s Wooden Teeth; Chin Music Press; Sweetium; Gemini Studios