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The Holiday Season is upon us but don’t worry we’ve got you covered! To make it easy this year we’ve put together some of our favourite gift ideas, from unique jewellery and handcrafted pottery to beautifully shaped wood, fabulous fibre, and hand blown glass art that will be sure to shine this festive season!

Be sure to start your holiday shopping at our Festive Sale on December 3 where you can get a huge 20% off all consignment items in store! Store opens 10:30am-5:30pm, 1386 Cartwright St, Granville Island.


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Deck The Halls

Decorate your home this winter time with the beautifully hand blown glass ornaments, available in various colours and styles. Julian Duerksen Bauble $25 (Image: www.julianduerksen.com)

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Let Them Eat Cake!

Serve your delicious festive desserts on the prettiest of plates, a sure way to add some wow-factor to the dinner table! Grace Lee Serving Plate $68

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Jingle All The Way

Celebrate Canadiana with these cute moose ornaments. The enamel on copper decorations will jingle to provide the perfect Canadian theme. Madeleine Chisholm Ornament $28

Dreaming of a White Christmas

The perfect splash of elegance. Team the freshwater biwa pearls with your favourite outfit to give yourself some holiday sparkle. Lydia Buxton Biwa Pearl Necklace $189

Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

The beauty in this hand-turned piece, made from Bocote wood, will bring elegance to any fireside. Perfect for displaying winter treats. Michael Hamilton-Clark Bocote Bowl $50

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Celebrate the hand crafted this festive season, with a beautiful hand-embroidered piece. The perfect way to look forward to the new year and Spring’s arrival. Louise Smith Dandelion Embroidery $225


Aside from the wonderfully talented artists in the Craft Council of BC, you can find some truly unique and original gifts elsewhere on Granville Island! Check out the brilliant Granville Island Giving website to find some more unusual gift ideas whilst supporting local businesses this holiday season.

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