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Article: Top Gifts to Give this Valentine's Day

Top Gifts to Give this Valentine's Day

Need a gift for your sweetheart? We've got you covered! Here are some of our top picks for Valentine's Day gifts.

 

Sturdy Leather Bags from Laulom

This Laulom leather bag is made of shrunken bison leather. The bags, available as a duffel or folio, are sturdy enough to withstand tight airplane seats and busy weekday errands. The coloring of the bison bags is a lovely maroon, making this the perfect bag for both men and women.

Unique Watch from Vortic

This stunning watch is both modern and classic. Vortic Watch Company transforms antique pocket watches and makes them into spectacular wristwatches. The watches, dating to the early 20th century, are fitted to a casing and band to function as an everyday wristwatch. 

The Chicago 340, 46 MM

$1,595

Versatile Leather Wallets from Todder

These wallets will stand the test of time. Hand-stitched and made fully in the USA, these wallets are perfect for even the busiest of lifestyles. They are great in any of our three colors and can be enjoyed by both men and women.

Middleman Wallet, in three colors
$60

Custom James Bond Memorabilia

Anything relating to 007 is the ultimate guy's gift. Give him the gift he really wants with this custom James Bond collage. Framed together are original signatures from all actors who have played Bond on screen. 

$5,950

Sweetheart Silks from WWI

Multinational designed Allied forces flags and pennant like this example exist from WWI, produced during the surge of patriotism of the war or in the wake of the resulting victory. While the government published thousands of posters and printed propaganda during WWI, many of the smaller flags and silk bandanas from that time were hand-printed by the general public, to gift to soldiers or sweethearts going to war.

$1,650

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