Winter 2008 Gift Guide. There's never been a better time to give.
Redstr Collective Alma Fortune Cup and Saucer $75 each If you are schooled in Tasseography, or Turkish coffee fortunetelling, you may see your future in these porcelain cups—if your future is in 22-karat gold.
Glass Sugar and Creamer Set $80 Sometimes simple is best. The minimal lines of this sugar and creamer set make a big impression.
Lounge Watering Can $98 Keep your container vegetable garden quenched with this stainless steel watering can from Eva Solo.
New York Delft Plate Set $100 for five pieces Classic Dutch Delft style updated with New York street scenes.
Double Cross Vodka, Artisanal Cocktails, Luscious Liqueurs, and Jigger Cube $101.61 for everything shown here OK, here it is, the granddaddy of gifts for all imbibers. Start off with an award-winning Slovakian vodka. Add to that two new cocktail books from notables Scott Beattie and A.J. Rathbun. And finish it off with the coolest jigger we've ever seen—one cool cube that measures out six different pours.
Joseph Perrier Brut Rosé Champagne + Exotic Truffle Collection $111 Truffles and bubbles to bring in the New Year: a box of Vosges exotic truffles with flavors like ambrosia and dulce de leche, paired with a bottle of Champagne.
Duo Felt Wine Bag $118 The brown paper bag is so over. Cradle your wine bottles in this felt tote.
Umbra U+ Collection Cava Wine Rack $120 Made from bent natural oak with a midcentury feel, this Umbra wine rack holds up to eight bottles.
Teapot with a Cold $120 Your tea stays cozy in this sweet earthenware clay teapot.
Staub Enameled Cast Iron Grill Pan $129.95 Bring the grilling inside with Staub's new cast iron grill pan. There are spouts on the side to drain off any excess fat, and the raised surface leaves real grill marks.
Waring Drink Mixer $149 The professionals use it to make milk shakes and malts, froth eggs, or blend smoothies; so can you. Made of stainless steel and cast metal, it has the look of a vintage soda fountain mixer.