Gifts for Lego lovers, Boeing and aerospace enthusiasts, 'Star Wars' movie buffs and more.
“L” is for local; “E” is for eco-friendly.
The latest Lego set for adults is this replica of the Lincoln Memorial, complete with 274 pieces, a removable roof and an Abraham Lincoln statue. $29 at Target
Puzzle collector? Record collector? Either way, this 550-piece puzzle is sure to be a hit, featuring a fun vertical pattern of records from bands such as The Beatles, Sonic Youth and Prince. $24 at uncommongoods.com
This limited-edition bear, made of silky German mohair, honors Boeing founder William E. Boeing, who donned aviator gear to make the first international airmail flight. The bear wears a handcrafted aviator flight suit, goggles and classic aviator hat, and carries a mailbag filled with miniature letters and packages. Only 1,500 bears exist, and each is marked for authenticity. $365 at The Boeing Store (Seattle, Renton, Everett) and boeingstore.com L
Celebrate the Boeing centennial with these limited-edition bronze coins depicting Boeing products. This is the first in a series of 24 coins, and features the local aerospace giant’s first product, the Model 1 B & W seaplane. A protective capsule, gift box and information about the plane are included. $20 at The Boeing Store (Seattle, Renton, Everett) and boeingstore.com L
Celebrate the Disneyland Resort’s 60th anniversary — its diamond celebration — with this sweet charm in sterling silver featuring 15 flush-set, diamond-like cubic zirconias. $55 at disneystore.com
After viewing the new movie, surprise your “Star Wars” fanatic with a collectible that they’ll be proud to put on display. This giclee print on paper by Steve Thomas features new droid BB-8 in a classic-advertisement motif. $89 at brianstoys.com
They can begin a tradition of collecting baseballs from every game they attend with this lovely hardwood display case that features an etched Mariners logo and space for 30 balls. Other teams and finishes are available. $150 at fanatics.com L
A unique gift for the Seattle sports fan in your life, this limited-edition book includes Seattle Times coverage of events ranging from the 1936 Olympic crew race to the 2014 Super Bowl victory. $35 at store.seattletimes.com L
A Seattle tradition, this year’s glass ornament is hand-blown in sparkly white — and glows in the dark via embedded glow sheets. The ornament sells out every year, so act fast. $35 at Made in Washington Stores L