Each Holiday season we have customers that are looking for the perfect gift. They aren’t interested in mass produced, imported run of the mill items. They are looking for unique gifts that convey how important the gift is. There was once a advertising slogan that went like this…..when you care enough to give the very best…..That is what we have put together for this gift giving season.
We can help you. Choose one of these pre-selected handmade gift boxes for that special client, out-of-town family member or friend who is difficult to buy for. Each artisan created item is of the highest quality and locally made. These selections are organized by price and can be sent anywhere in the world.
Polly Welford a very talented potter (and Cyndi’s best friend) from Vermont creates these beautiful mugs. Perfect for coffee, tea or your favorite alternate beverage. They bring the age old craft of pottery into the 21st century. They are food and microwave safe.
Hand blown by Eli Zilke these tumblers are an example of how one-of-a-kind unique art can be enjoyed on a daily basis. Eli is the 23 year old wunderkind and primary glass artist for the gallery. They are safe for all beverages and the microwave. They make terrific Gin & Tonic glasses!
Soy Candles & Soaps
Best friends, Anne and Siouxsan, hand-pour soy candles and soaps. They use lead-free cotton wicks, dry herbs for natural color. These candles burn and smell, just as they should, perfectly. Their soaps are made with soy and natural essential oils.
A great way to light up that special persons Holiday season.
A selection of our most popular ornaments are available online or in the Gallery.
The Michigan ornaments are created by Cyndi here in the downstairs studio of the gallery. Available with the lighthouse or a heart image they are perfect for the person who loves Michigan.
Blueberry Haven dried blueberries. Fortino’s mixed nuts. Iconic of West Michigan. (depending on gift selected) You can always make changes within these selections.
We continue to have new artwork arrive in the gallery. Cyndi is busy making new little houses, trees, and tray sets. Lovely images in both photographs and paintings of our State.