Family Gifts(285 items)
Our handpicked selection of family gifts, designed and handcrafted with great care by talented artisans worldwide:
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I live that this unit is DC with battery backup AND with a USB port. Haven t picked a spot for outdoor remote sensor yet as today was major thunderstorms can t wait to finish getting it ready for full use. Beautiful colors. Rapid delivery. Easy to open & setup
This is a delicate wind chime. It was given as a gift and the person receiving it loved the wording.
Waraporn Khamsuk Artisan crafted wooden games and tableware
"My favorites are the wooden games because I grew up with them. They teach me to think, plan and concentrate, and I apply these skills in my everyday life."
Popular Family Gifts
Copal Wood and Maguey Mexican Porcupine Sculpture in Green, "Cute Porcupine in Green"$27.99
A cute little porcupine is crafted by hand of copal wood with spines of maguey plant fibers, making a charming addition to any home. Working together, Mexico's Zeny and Reyna paint this sculpture by hand to feature a solid green body with stripes of red and yellow along its spines.
Copal Wood Alebrije Cat Sculpture in Teal from Mexico, "Excited Cat in Teal"
A playful, excited cat makes a vibrant and fun addition to any home, handcrafted from copal wood and maguey plant fibers in the style of traditional Mexican couple Zeny and Reyna proudly paint this sculpture by hand, drawing inspiration from their cultural roots to cover the cat in bright floral motifs against a teal body.
Varanasi Folk Art Nativity, "Varanasi Christmas"
This jubilant nativity set is hand-carved from mango wood in the Indian holy city of Varanasi. Using simple hand tools like chisels and saws, Varanasi artisans shape and sand the pieces before painting them with brightly colored lacquer. The set includes twelve figures, with the largest standing just shy of 3 inches tall.
Rain Tree Wood Pig Puzzle from Thailand, "Piggy Puzzle"
Thai artisan Waraporn Khamsuk creates this puzzle out of rain tree wood, modeling it after the Japanese puzzles called or "to join wood together." When assembled, the thirteen-piece puzzle forms the shape of a pig. The artisan rates the difficulty as medium.