People come from all over to shop New York during the holidays. Sure the window displays are fun but the lines are not. We’ve rounded up the best gifts across the five boroughs you’ll want to gift to loved ones this year. And even better, some of these Krrb listings offer local delivery!
Consider us smitten! This vintage Noritake china serving set with raised and scalloped rims is to die for. We love the bright colors and Geisha imagery. $325.
When in doubt, go with some sparkle. This glittering costume brooch features a large blueish stone surrounded by more stones. It will look dazzling on your sweetheart’s coat. $50.
Hand-blended fragrances are all the rage. We’re loving the light and sweet smell of Tessa from Callio. Imagine a little almond cookies deliciousness with vanilla and just a smidge of lemon. $28.
When you’ve got lemons, make lemonade in this Mid-Century Glass Pitcher. Don’t forget to add a little rum. This lovely bar essential will be received with open arms. $35.
Impress your friends with this large monkey figurine by Kay Bojesen. Still in its original box, this Mid-Century piece is too cool for words. $450.
This silkscreen Wilco concert poster is a staple for indie music fans. We love the graphic design. $40.
Made from exceptional rare mango wood, this handcrafted lounge chair is on our wish list. Just add a bow and done. $400.
This aluminum Vintage Cake Carrier is perfect for the baker in your life this holiday season! Just imagine them saying thank you with a chocolate cake. Yum. $30.
What do you give the person who has everything? You give them a tray for carrying it all, of course! This 1950s Danish Teak Mid-Century Serving Tray is exquisite. $75.
An unworn Bailey of Hollywood Perry Fedora (size medium) is perfect for the fashionable male. Trust us, these chilly months need some hatware with style. $85.
APC footware lasts forever. These black APC boots in size 37 go with any outfit. Perfect for that friend with no-fuss, no-muss style. $200.
An original signed woodblock print by Shiko Munakata, circa 1970s is a one-of-a-kind gift. We can only hope we’ve been good enough to deserve it. Ready to be framed. $125.
Once you’ve lived in Brooklyn, you never go back. This original Bushwick street sign brings plenty of true New Yorker credit. $499.
A first edition of a rare and collectible Near Fine, a pop-up book by Edward Gorey is in near-mint condition. It’s sure to be a prized collector’s item on the bookshelf. $100.
How fun are these limited edition (new and unworn) Wayfarers? The subway map print is just darling. Perfect for riding the trains. $130.