Christmas gifts for the home from Seattle makers and beyond.

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Ratio Eight coffee maker 

Form, function and coffee meet in this new machine out of Portland. An elegant frame and hourglass-shaped borosilicate glass tank combine with technical details such as a stainless steel shower head that utilizes a Fibonacci Spiral pattern to ensure even water distribution over the grounds. $595 at ratiocoffee.com; allow 2–3 weeks for shipping

Studio Corbelle Concrete Hexagon Tray

Handmade in Corvallis, Ore., these little trays can hold jewelry, keys or just be a unique objet d’art. Available plain or with a gold-, silver- or brass-colored accent. $28–$34 at etsy.com/shop/StudioCorbelle

ChefShop.com Panettones

Pick from 32 different panettone flavors to make the day of the Europhile in your life. The sweet bread is both delicious and oh-so festive to look at. $29–$52 at chefshop.com or the ChefShop retail location (lower Queen Anne)

Boeing 747-100 Window — Joe Sutter Edition

Give a genuine piece of a Boeing 747 jumbo jet with this passenger window from the local aviation company. Refurbished and polished by hand, each limited-edition window includes a mini-plaque displaying the signature of 747 chief engineer Joe Sutter, the father of the 747. $695 at The Boeing Store (Seattle, Renton and Everett) and boeingstore.com

Three by Three Seattle Cast Animal Magnets

These locally designed magnet sets include four cute animals cast in solid metal that boast real holding power. Pick from silver dogs; pewter cats or dinosaurs; brass birds or safari animals; or gold safari animals. $8 at threebythree.com and Butter Home (Capitol Hill)

W&P Design Mason Shaker Barware Set

Give the gift of an instant cocktail kit. This hip set includes a mason-jar shaker, muddler, jigger and the “Shake” recipe book, featuring fresh, seasonal cocktail ideas. $70 at Glasswing Shop (Capitol Hill)

Oldham+Harper Double Old Fashioned Glasses

Sweet and saucy, these fun glasses mix a classic floral motif with decidedly modern descriptions of the result of too much drinking. Pick up a set, or mix and match from Blitzed, Pickled, Sauced and Turnt styles. $8.50 each at Fireworks Gallery

Hank by Henry Echo Chopsticks; Grovemade Speakers & Amp; Calligaris Damasco Mirror
Hank by Henry Echo Chopsticks; Grovemade Speakers & Amp; Calligaris Damasco Mirror

Calligaris Alvin Basket Trio

This set of three woven, felt storage baskets contains clutter and adds a pop of color, while blending with any style of décor. Seven color options available. $269 at Alchemy Collections (Belltown); get 15 percent off through December when you mention the Holiday Gift Guide

Filson Running Wolf Blanket 

Custom-made for Seattle’s Filson by Faribault, this blanket has a limited-edition wolf and iceberg design woven into a soft blend of Merino wool and cotton. $280 at Filson (Sodo)

Owen & Fred You Earned It Bottle Opener 

Fun and functional, this cheeky opener is made from a half-pound of solid brass for a pleasant amount of heft. $29 at Click! Design That Fits (West Seattle)

Boeing Jet Snowflake Ornament

Six interlocking airplanes ingeniously create a snowflake in this ornament by Waterford. A blue crystal sits in the center, and a “100” charm — celebrating the company’s centennial — hangs from a matching blue ribbon. $10 at The Boeing Store (Seattle, Renton and Everett) and boeingstore.com

Sunday Blue Blown Glass Truffle Bowl

Something for now and something that lasts: That’s what you get with this gift pack that includes Seattle Chocolates truffles in a handcrafted bowl from Ballard’s Glass Eye Studio. All of it is in Seahawks colors for the ultimate in fan décor. $60 at madeinwashington.com (enter SEATIME16 for $5 shipping) and Made in Washington stores

Lost Little Things Medium Seattle Pennant 

This laser-cut wood pennant, handmade in Boise, Idaho, looks great in a gallery-wall grouping or kid’s room, and is a fun way to show off some local pride. $25 at Annie’s Art & Frame (Ballard)

Calligaris Damasco Mirror

These chic square mirrors feature colored screenprints to create a multi-layered piece of art. Available in three colors and multiple sizes. $430 and under at Alchemy Collections (Belltown); get 15 percent off through December when you mention the Holiday Gift Guide

Lost Little Things Medium Seattle Pennant; Boeing Jet Snowflake Ornament; Ladies & Gentlemen Studio Aura Brass Bell Chime; Calligaris Alvin Basket Trio
Lost Little Things Medium Seattle Pennant; Boeing Jet Snowflake Ornament; Ladies & Gentlemen Studio Aura Brass Bell Chime; Calligaris Alvin Basket Trio

Field Notes The Brand’s Hall Rollerball Pen 

This limited-edition pen is crafted from wood salvaged from an iconic Chicago building. The old-growth white pine is hand-turned on a lathe and then individually sanded, embossed and polished. It comes with a hand-cut and hand-sewn leather sleeve. $160 at fieldnotesbrand.com

Woodlot Soap Bar Trio 

Handmade in Vancouver, these 4-ounce bars make a great hostess gift, or can be divided into several stockings. Ingredients such as white clay and Himalayan pink salt pair with essential oils for naturally delicious scents. $24 at shopwoodlot.com

Corita Kent Mugs — Wonder Bread Series

Four different designs from Sister Mary Corita Kent’s Wonder Bread art series are reproduced on Bauer Pottery mugs out of Los Angeles. Colorful and kitchy, they are also a conversation piece about contemporary American art. $45 for four at bauerpottery.com

Metsker Maps Puget Sound Woodchart 

This beautiful 3D map of Puget Sound is made of layers of carved birch wood to create a topographic chart from Olympia to the southern tip of Whidbey Island. Comes framed and ready to hang. $258 at Metsker Maps (downtown)

Small Craft Votive/Weck Jar Stand

Small and elegant, these geometrically interesting walnut stands come with one candle and one Weck jar, but can be used in a variety of ways. Made in Seattle, they come in four sizes. $36–$42 at smallcraftstudio.com

Ladies & Gentlemen Studio Aura Brass Bell Chime

They’ll think of you each time they hear the soft ring of this locally designed chime. The ceramic piece is handmade by Seattle artist Nicholas Nyland and individually glazed to make each piece unique. $95 at ladiesandgentlemenstudio.com; allow 1–2 weeks for shipping

Violet Light Steel Sculptures

An open diamond, octahedron or dodecahedron makes for a lovely sculpture, or send it along with an air plant for a chic and modern centerpiece. $46 at Moorea Seal (Belltown)

Boeing 747-100 Window — Joe Sutter Edition; Oldham+Harper Double Old Fashioned Glasses; Owen & Fred You Earned It Bottle Opener
Boeing 747-100 Window — Joe Sutter Edition; Oldham+Harper Double Old Fashioned Glasses; Owen & Fred You Earned It Bottle Opener

Knotweld Cheese Board

Cookware gets nautical in these Guemes-Island-made mini boards finished with a heavy multi-hued rope. They’re made of reclaimed sapele wood and finished with a blend of beeswax and mineral oil. $39 at knotweld.com

Glassybaby Precious Cargo Votive Set

On-trend metallic home accents sparkle in this locally hand-blown set of votives that includes Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh hues. In December, Glassybaby will donate 10 percent of sales from its University Village store to The Seattle Times’ Fund for the Needy. $225 at Glassybaby stores

Hank by Henry Echo Chopsticks

These chopsticks will steal the show at the dinner table. Crafted and hand-painted in Portland, they are made of birch or walnut, and sealed to protect the modern designs. $32 at hankbyhenry.com

Gotcha Covered Organic Cotton Sateen Sheet Set

They will snuggle into eco-friendly softness with this luxurious sheet set made from undyed, chemical-free organic cotton. A lightweight 300-thread-count weave makes it buttery soft for long mornings in bed. $111–$209 at The Sleep Store (Bellevue); get 10 percent off through December when you mention the Holiday Gift Guide

Terrafirma Ceramics

Mix and match pieces of this unique tableware to create a beautiful and functional gift set. New York City pottery studio Terrafirma paints vibrantly colored liquid porcelain through lace and textiles to create one-of-a-kind patterns on sturdy stoneware. $30–$204 at Whisk (Bellevue)

Finex Cast Iron Skillet

Modern mountaineers and serious home cooks will love this Portland-made, cast-iron skillet. The deep walls add to its versatility, and its unique octagonal shape makes it easy to pour from. It’s pre-seasoned and has a comfy spring handle that adds to its good looks. $165 at Mrs. Cooks (U District)

Grovemade Speakers & Amp

Designed in collaboration with Portland-based industrial designer Joey Roth for beauty and great sound, these walnut or maple speakers use a simple interior horn shape to create clear sound with less interference. A small amp and all necessary cables are included. $599 at grovemade.com

 

Note to readers: Store lists are not exhaustive. Please call for availability. Prices quoted are list prices. Savvy shoppers may find better deals.