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Holiday Shopping: Gifts from the South Pole

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Holiday cookies ($3 and up) that taste as good as they look. Sweet William’s Bakery, 100 Main Street, Falls Village; 860.824.8180

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Handpainted votives from Paris by Geraldine Gonzalez ($30) and beaded handbag ($139) at Paper Trail, 6423 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck; 845.876.8050

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Gypsy T-shirt with tribal design for guys with good muscle tone ($130), Changes for Men, 6422 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck; 845.876.1345; Vintage and rare books under $50 are now 50% off and volumes under $300 are 30% off at Johnnycake Books, 12 Academy Street, Salisbury; 860.435.6677

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A tissue box made of vintage-style Santa paper and trimmed with copper ($48) from Shandell’s Routes 22 & 44, Millerton; 518.789.6603;  one-of-a-kind dog beds ($70 - $100) by Kate Carty, 5 Main Street, MIllerton; 518.789.4785

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Cheerful enameled indoor/outdoor thermometers made in France ($20) at Basic French, 5 East Market Street, Red Hook; 845.758.0399; Handmade honeycomb ceramic dish ($24) and gold-metallic teacup ($24) by Dana Brandwein of Sharon and local honey ($7.50) from Meili Farm at B. Johnstone, 4 North Main Street, Kent; 860.927.1272

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Seven Smooches toddlers’ sweaters ($106) made from recycled materials at The Firehouse, 15 East Shore Road, New Preston; 860.868.6838; White Christmas Tea ($8.50) and Holiday Tea ($7.95) in keepsake tins from Harney & Sons, 13 Main Street, Millerton; 518.789.212.


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An exquisitely restored vintage Vespa scooter ($8,500) at Privet House, 4 Cornwall Road, Warren CT; 860.868.1800


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Handmade one-of-a-kind ceramics ($250 - $500) and Buffalo China bud vases ($85) all designed by Frances Palmer at Dawn Hill Antiques, 11 Main Street, New Preston; 860.868.0066

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Boys T-shirt with attached thermal sleeves ($38) at Three Monkeys and Me, 7 Fulling Lane, Kent; 860.827.4549; Lola & James boys shirts made from recycled sweaters and concert T at No Sugar, 47 East Market Street, Rhinebeck; 845.876.6040

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Handblown pear ornament ($50), tumbler ($55) and white wine goblets ($105) made in Millerton at Gilmor Glass, 2 Main Street, Millerton; 518.789.8000; Hypoallergenic bamboo T-shirt ($50) at Agapanthus. 329 Main Street; Lakeville; 860.435.8900

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T-shirts for readers ($15) at Oblong Books & Music, 26 Main Street, Millerton; 518.789.3797; Montgomery Row, Rhinebeck; 845.876.0500

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