Thursday, November 30, 2017

Holiday Gift List, 2017

Photos by Salt Water New England
A collection of gift ideas from SWNE.  Full descriptions are in the source entries.  New additions may be added in the next week or two.

Cordings of Piccadilly

Made in England
Made in England

Made in England

Made in Scotland

Made in England
Made in Italy


The Crown from Netflix


Quoddy Shearling Slippers- Made in Maine

Made in Maine
Made in Maine

Women's Spillcollar Slipper and Men's Fireside Camp Slipper

Demoiselle Pearls - Made in Massachusetts 

Made in Massachusetts

 Sailor Rose - Made in the U.S.A.

Made in the USA




  • Sailor Rose City & Country Shirt, Made in NYC (above) <http://www.sailorrose.com/womens-tops/city-country-shirt-in-liberty-of-london-rachel>


Marblehead's F.L. Woods - Made in the U.S.A.

Made in the USA



Mercer & Sons Shirts - Made in the U.S.A.

Mercer Shirts - Made in the USA






  • Buzzard's Bay Blue and White Cotton Seersucker Stripe - Signature Classic Full Cut - Button Down Collar (above)


Men's White Oxford

Tory's Jewelry, Marblehead, Massachusetts






South Street Linen - Made in Maine

Made in Maine
  • South Street Linen's Boyfriend Shirt (above)
Portrait in Charcoal

Dubarry of Ireland

Dubarry Boots - Made in Portugal





Chatham Chino

Made on Cape Cod


Lotuff - Made in New England

Lotuff - Made in New England


Trunk Duffle

Guernsey Jumpers/ Sweaters by Le Tricoteur - Made in Guernsey

Made in Guernsey




Guernsey and Guernsey 


Patsy Kane


  • Actual Shackle (below)


Ireland's Blarney Woollen Mills

Made in Ireland


Nantucket's Nobby Clothes Shop 

And, finally, items from Nantucket's Nobby Clothes Shop <http://nobbyshop.com/>, on Nantucket since 1930 include:



Most products highlighted were provided by the vendors.

19 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for including us in such wonderful company! It's a treat to have folks we "know" from here as customers!

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  2. Love the gender neutral clothing. Unintentionally, very modern. Bravo.

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  3. Patsy Kane’s jewelry is wonderful. I am thrilled with my bracelets and earrings!

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    1. Agree with Patsy Kane jewelry. Good quality, good service. A treat to own and wear.

      This is a very comprehensive list. What would we do without you, Muffy?

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    2. Thanks so much, Mary Anne!!

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  4. I am ordering a tattersall from Mercer & Son.

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  5. I found the original iteration of this blog many years ago when a search for Christmas gifts took me to one of the blog's first Christmas gift lists. On the list were hand knitted balsam pillows from Christmas Cove. I included a pillow with every gift that year, to the delight of all the recipients. I also got some for myself, which my cat, oddly enough, found enchanting.

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    1. Bitsy, I just sewed those for everybody, some with a gift card pocket. Thanks for the reassurance that they might be well received!

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    2. What a lovely idea for a gift card! I especially treasure a gift made by the giver. I looked online for Christmas Cove this year but could not find them. It never occurred to me that I could make my own.

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    3. @Bitsy I was intrigued so I googled "Christmas Cove" myself. I finally found a small family owned company located in Maine called "Christmas Cove Designs". On their homepage they have noted the death of a dear member of their team and explain that their Christmas stockings will not be available this year. I'm not sure if this is the same company that you referenced.

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    4. That is the company! Thank you so much for the information. I am glad to learn they are still in business, though sad to learn of their loss. I have bookmarked the page for next year. I see they do have the sock hooks this year, which I also recommend.

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  6. That was a most interesting read Muffy ! :-)

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  7. This has given me a lot of ideas for my family this Christmas!

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  8. Mercer and Cordings are both great choices. I've ordered from Cordings twice this year including women's fedoras for my daughters this Christmas. I do wish they could find a less expensive way to ship. I'd take slower for less than 50 pounds.

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  9. All very nice advices, a mixture from Ivy style, a bit old and something little bit modern, but all very very classic, that I love it!

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  10. I just received my terrific Cordings House Check Tweed Field Coat, and was pleasantly surprised how heavy and warm it is. It’s definitely designed for chilly weather, and I now prefer it to the Barbour Beaufort (with lining) that I’ve been using for my excursions out into wild nature. Aesthetically, this tweed is subtler than the busier bold patterns I’ve seen, and goes better with everything. And to continue my life-long Dandy habit, I’ve also ordered the matching Cordings Croft Cap which I’m sure will impress to no end all the style-conscious animals and birds I’ll encounter in the fields.

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  11. I recommend Cordings' beautiful silk scarves as the perfect Christmas gift. The colours and patterns are incredible. The prices are very reasonable for such quality and much less than their competitors, e.g. Purdey.

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