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Our glasses-search dog is out of a job!
My hubby was losing his glasses so often that I finally trained the family dog to find them, but now the glasses are always found and poor dear, shes been replaced by a deer. Whats nice about the newcomer is that he stands tall enough to not interfere with books and objects being stacked or moved around him, and you can see from across the room whether the wandering spectacles are there or not. Beautifully finished -- lovingly sanded and tastefully sealed with a thin, very light finish. Just beautiful!
Henry Anthony Sanny Sterling silver and leather jewelry
Henry's jewelry collections for men are influenced by his Indonesian surroundings, as well as by his admiration of Japanese artistry.
His artistic spirit found reflection in jewelry design, and Bali became the perfect... read more
Popular Gifts for Dad Animal Themed
Ceramic Mug with a Hand-Painted Red Dove from Mexico, "Red Dove"$27.99
Made of ceramic, this simple message and useful mug is designed by Eufrosia Pantaleon of Mexico. She paints the mug by hand, featuring the image of an intricate red dove on the front. On the back, Eufrosia paints the word "Peace" in vibrant multicolored motifs.
Ochre-Amber Ceramic Jaguar Decorative Mask Wall Art, "Spying Jaguar"$29.99
This ceramic jaguar mask looks out from its place on the wall, keeping an eye on all that is going on. Hand painted with great detail, the mask is an ochre-tinged amber brown with black accents. Handcrafted by Mexican artisans Juan and Lorensa, the mask has two holes in the back for easy hanging on a wall.
Owl-Shaped Jempinis Wood Eyeglasses Holder from Bali, "Wise Owl"$25.99
Hand-carved of jempinis wood in the shape of an eagle owl atop its roost, this charming and whimsical eyeglasses holder makes the perfect addition to your home decor. Bali's Yudi Suardi designs the holder, given a natural finish. Your eyeglasses fit perfectly atop the owl's beak.