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The Best Holiday Gifts Online and Around the Brandywine Valley

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Cross everyone off your holiday shopping list with these eye-catching items found locally in the Brandywine Valley or online.

Cut from fabulous faux fur, the Milly Rivera jacket is colorful and cozy. $525. Available at Posh Collections, 103 E. King St., Malvern, (610) 644-7220, poshcollections.com.

Greenville jewelry designer Anna Biggs fuses nature and glamour in a large-link bracelet featuring a freshwater pearl acorn cap. $590. Available at annabiggsdesigns.com.

Inspired by Bobby Jones, golf’s greatest gentleman, Clover’s single-barrel bourbons and rye whiskey are distilled in small batches and never blended. $70. Available at thecloverwhiskey.com.

Made in Italy by Philadelphia-based Diadora, Blushield Torneo sports shoes are scoring points with the rapidly growing ranks of the pickleball set. $150. Available at diadora.com.

Nested in a walnut base, handblown Simon Pearce Ludlow whiskey glasses have a tapered rim to enhance savoring. $265. Available at Tailored Home, 4021 Kennett Pike, Greenville, (302) 482-3842 and simonpearce.com.

Candied and preserved in spiced sugar syrup and kirsch for a luxurious texture, Tempus Fugit Spirits 19th Century Cocktail Cherries raise the bar. $20. Available at tempusfugitspirits.com.

Powerful, compact and cordless, the Cruz BlenderCap allows you to concoct frozen drinks anywhere—and keep them cold in a wide-mouth insulated bottle. $129. Available at blendercap.com.

Embellished with eco-friendly epoxy, this maple cheese board takes food presentation to the next level. $160. Available at Kurtz Collection Rug and Home, Wilmington and Glen Mills, kurtzcollection.com.
Eileen Smith Dallabrida

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