Vintage Riviera Covered Batter Jar

Riviera Pottery preceded Fiestaware only briefly before it was discontinued and fell into obscurity. With  its 1930′s, deco geometry and striking glaze, we like the line better than its ever-popular cousin. This batter jar holds nearly 64 ounces and is in mint condition. (Over $150) 

Magimix Colored Vision Toaster

toast2Nothing cramps your morning like burnt toast. Keep an eye on your slice with this clear concept toaster by Magimi. Extra-wide slots accommodate even the widest bagels and breads. (Over $150)

 

Equilateral Triangle Nails by the Winsome Brave

We’re loving everything gold lately and these brass decorative nails are no exception. Not only are their triangle heads right on trend, but you can put them anywhere and hang anything on them ( jewelry, keys, hats, etc.). Find them and other funky gifts on Catbird.com. (Under $50)

Alexis Bittar Santa Fe Deco Buckle Bracelet

Owning some  Alexis Bittar jewelry is a serious aspiration of ours; this  lucite buckle bracelet may be the perfect start to a collection. Inspired by New Mexico and the 1930′s, this bangle has a little sparkle, a little history and a little edge. (Over $150)

Damien Hirst Cup and Saucer Set from MoMA

Take your morning coffee to a new level with these porcelain espresso cups and matching saucers. Each pairing  features a design from Damien Hirst’s retrospective at the Tate Modern. Who says art can’t be functional? ($50-$150)

Gold Trim Agate Coasters

Eclectic yet elegant, these agate coasters are the perfect addition to your holiday entertaining.

Each coaster is trimmed in 18kt gold and features a unique gem formation. ($50-$150)

Jade Facial Roller By Ying Yu Rollers

Jade has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries as a cleansing stone, aiding the lymph system to rid itself of toxins. Use this jade facial roller to massage fine lines, wrinkles and puffy eyes into submission. The result is a glowy, refreshed look. (Under $50)

Painted Snake Loafers by Modern Vice

Modern Vice is a funky, NYC-based shoemaker that sells in unique shops nationwide.

This leather loafer is our new favorite MV product. It’s functional yet eye-catching and can be worn with absolutely anything. (Over $150)

Wood and Ceramic Tumblers by David Rasmussen

We love the mid-century vibe of these hand-crafted wood and ceramic tumblers by David Rasmussen. Try replacing classic aperitif glasses with this set for a sophisticated yet offbeat aesthetic.

Made in Carbondale, Colorado with carved walnut and white ceramic. ($50-$150)

Vivian Satchel by Brahmin

If the name of this leather bag alone doesn’t entice you, bold flowers on a sleek background ought to.

Brahmin is best known for its crocodile skin bags, though this new addition floral print is not to be missed. Find it at Nordstrom(Over $150)