Teacher Gifts(148 items)
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Featured Reviews on Teacher Gifts
More beautiful than pictured
So very pleased with the beauty and artistry in this scarf. The recipient of my gift could not have been more happy.
A piece of art
I absolutely love this mug. It is almost too pretty to use, but I do anyway. When not in use, I display it on a shelf with a few travel mementos. It?s too pretty to hide away in a kitchen cabinet.
Such a beautiful piece! The craftsmanship is amazing. So much detail. Even if you dont have glasses you can still display it . Absolutely love it! Thank you!
Popular Teacher Gifts
Square Wood and Aluminum Decorative Box from Ghana, "Treasure "$52.95
Designed by Daniel Quarcoo in Ghana, this decorative box is simply a treasure to behold. Local artisans use sese wood to handcraft this square box, which is accented with embossed aluminum. A round lid lifts open to reveal a single-compartment interior that is painted black.
Nepali Rhododendron Knit Hat and Gloves, "Nepali Rhododendron"$89
Knit by women in Katmandu, Nepal, this cheerful hat and mitts set is a charming way to ward off the winter chill. Starting with wool sourced in New Zealand, the Nepali knitters hand dye the raw wool before spinning it into yarn. Made from a classic cable stitch, and lined with soft fleece for extra warmth and comfort, the set is finished with crocheted and beaded flowers inspired by the country's national flower, the rhododendron.
Glass photo frame (4x6), "Diwali Muse"$39.99
India's Kamal evokes a fantasy of colors for the design of this photo frame. He crafts the wood frame by hand as he decorates it with a mosaic of glistening glass in shades of red, purple, turquoise and orange, creating the illusion of stained glass windows with plaster of Paris. Designed for 4x6" vertical and horizontal photos. Includes a protective glass pane.
Natural Fiber Notebooks (Set of 6), "Nature's Gift"$27.95
Decorated with lacy leaf silhouettes, six notebooks are covered in happy jewel-like colors. Komang Sulaksana creates each one with 50 rice straw pages. The covers are crafted of recycled paper and bound with grass cord tied around cinnamon sticks.