Manhattan Gifts & Keepsakes
Artsy, modern jewelry, including wedding rings and gift ware are available at this Chelsea store. Glass pieces that are antique and contemporary in design as well as wood, clay and bronze sculptures are available here.
This eclectic mix of toys, games, plastic models and books gains much of its inspiration and product line from Japan. Trinkets and toys in vinyl, plastic and wood as well as key chains, books and magazines are available at the Lower East side location.
The New York Public Library has a store that sell books, desk accessories, tee shirts, stationery, jewelry and novelty items. Gift ideas will pop out as people stroll around the shelves and peruse the paraphernalia on display.
Dressing up gifts was never so much fun as it is at RTR Packaging. This store in the Flatiron district of Manhattan, has ribbons, gift boxes and bags and a wrapping service that adds that little touch of professionalism to gift wrapping.
Bodanna carries all kinds of ceramic tableware produced by local youth aged 17 to 22. This project was started in 1998 is aimed at encouraging creativity and work ethics and the youth participate in product design, sculpting, marketing and customer relations.
In 1878 this company quickly became the stationery engraver to have on ones repertoire. This tradition has continued over the decades and from Tom Ford to Oprah the clients continue to fall for this elegant option.
This elegant store has a light wood floor and shelves that are out of reach. They are be-decked in unusual yet well crafted pieces of art and hand carved wood vases and bowls, metal candle-holders, unusual picture frames, hand painted boxes and lacquered trays to name just a few items.
All kinds of special pieces from the ocean and nature are decorated and embellished to provide decorative pieces for the home at this Upper East side store. Silver coated seashells, moose antlers carved into seahorses and mirrors decorated with seashells are some of the items available.
Almost everything on a New York theme, except pants, is available at this Midtown West store. Items include Times Square handbags, hand embroidered pillows, NY hooded sweat shirts and NY city monopoly.
Fanny K Bijoux is a Parisian who collects all kinds of exotic, almost decadent jewelry and unusual objects fashioned by artisans from around the world and brings them to her Nolita store in New York. The boutique bathes in turquoise and periwinkle and exudes bohemian luxury.
Treat your body right with products from Gap Body. You will find a full range of fragrances and bath products. Think of the Gap Body when shopping for yourself or an unforgettable gift.
All kinds of unusual accessories for the home and to wear are available at this store and they are not all from Himalayan nations. Some items come from West African countries like Ethiopia and South American nations like Bolivia.
This store carries a range of clothing and accessories as well as decorative pieces for the home and gift items like candles, bath products and art. These are exclusively imported from Israel for sale at this Soho Store.
This place has a country store feel to it and offers luxury gift baskets that include themes like, epicurean, snacks, New York, chocolate, new baby, kosher, fun and fruit.
The usual memorabilia and keepsake items like posters and postcards are available at this gift shop in the Paley Center for Media. It also carries DVDs of the Center's lectures and interviews with cast and creators of various hit TV shows.
For those interested in things to do with natural history and the evolution of man, species and all living things this store will be the proverbial candy store for the kid. Items to do with insects, fossils, taxidermy, seashells, skulls and skeletons are all on display.
This store stocks all kinds of things that are feminine and comfortable to wear 'beneath'. Jewelry, tops and sandals are also available and many visitors find gifts for bridal showers.
Antique print works are in abundance at this Lexington Avenue store in Murray Hill. Founded in 1898 it has been at its current location since 1925 and features American art from 1750 to modern day as well as antique maps and photography. In addition it has a book store associated with print art.
With the by appointment to HRH Queen Elizabeth II this British stationery company has built its reputation since 1887. It delights the upper crust with stationery for events and weddings as well as fine accents like leather goods, pens and photo frames.
This family have been selling tabacco since before the 1900s and the companies grandfather is Zino Davidoff who studied it in Brazil, Argentina and Cuba. Cigars, cigarillos, cigar humidors, pipes and other smoking accessories are all available here.
A popular place for birthday parties, showers and other more intimate small gatherings this place encourages the artist in all of us trying to get out. Customers get to paint their own ceramics and take them home to proudly display on the mantel.
This tore carries imported home decor and accessories from China, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Morocco. Items available include ethnic artifacts, textiles, ceramics, musical instruments and baskets.
This store located in the Morgan Library and Museum offers all kinds of artsy keepsakes and gifts. Replicas of some of the art on display as well as mugs, jewelery, stationery items and ties and scarves are available.
Popcorn at its most gourmet is available at this Midtown East location. Popcorn gifts for the bride and groom, appropriately attired or simply tubs emblazoned with a company logo on the packaging are part of the product range.
FDNY and NYPD branded goodies pay a tribute to the brave members of these two bodies with apparel and keepsakes available in plentiful supply here. There are also tribute books, embroidered and printed items for 9/11.
Open daily, Great Wall City offers a variety of Chinese gifts and keepsakes. Online ordering is available.
BLT Gift & Porcelain is open daily, offering a selection of gifts. Items available range from vases to decorative plates to porcelain figurines.
Writing implements is the signature of Montblanc in the form of fountain pens that can be an elegant and lasting gift that are a joy to write with. They also carry precision made watches, eye wear and leather goods.
This Eat Village store has all kinds of artsy designer pieces for gifts for brides, babies and birthdays. These include glass ware, photo-frames, bowls and all kinds of earrings, rings and necklaces.
This East Village gem feels like a brick-a-brac sale in a garage in Mexico with all kinds of brightly colored crafts and gifts. Love Shine collects pieces from Mexico, Haiti, India and Cuba and designs its own lines of handmade totes, handbags, backpacks using Mexican oil cloth, printed cotton and canvas.
Daily 235 provides all kinds of entertainment, stress relief, and childish pursuits for all. This includes cigarettes that are chewy mints, unusual key chains, robots and all kinds of wacky efficiency improvers.
Located in the Upper West side of Manhattan is a gift store for that last minute present. Earrings, necklaces and cuff links as well as baby outfits, toys and hats for children are all available.
This Mexican themed store brings all kinds of folk art crafted in the traditions of Mexican design. The store is located in the East Village on 3rd Street, between 2nd Avenue and Bowery.
This family run stationery and printing store has all kinds of art supplies, cards, gift wrapping paper, office supplies, children's games and photo frames and albums. Printing invitations and addressing them is also their forte.
This store located inside the museum has a huge range of books on notable photographers and techniques for getting that very best image. As well as books there are photo-frames, albums and other trinkets.
An eclectic mix of hand made perfumes, clothing, accessories, furniture, art and antiques is available here on Duane Street. All kinds of gift ideas will spring to mind as one peruses the store.
A green striped awning marks the outside of this florist and it has flower arrangements, plants and gift baskets. They specialize in low dense arrangements in glass ginger jars.
Some of the gifts in this store have practical use and many are simply quirky or unusual and decorative. They includes busts of historic figures, elegant table top ware, candlesticks and glass vases.
This store can provide a last minute and a well prepared gift. Customers will find something for seven and seventy year olds as well trendy dudes and traditional tykes. Gifts range from garden tools, to crocodile staple removers to elegant umbrellas to fish shaped coin purses.
Jerry Ohlinger's Movie Material Store has all kinds of posters and photos from current and classic movies. Located in Midtown west, Manhattan it also has rare movie materials and other items like lobby cards and pressbooks.
The French designer and craftsman at this store produces unique pieces that are exquisite quality. Female form, flora and fauna are recurring themes through the pieces on display at this Upper East Side boutique.
All kinds of home accessories and gifts from countries around the world grace this Soho store. Since 1987 it has features an eclectic collection including items like antler chandeliers and tables and Fortuny lamps.
This store carries the hand made goods of Tibetan people who currently live in exhile in India and Nepal as well as goods made by Nepalese and Indians. Handmade woven jewelry, singing bowls, hand knitted hats and hats with faux fur.
Synonymous with greetings cards and gift wrap this Flatiron district store has everything that a Hallmark store usually stocks. This includes birthday cards, general cards, candy, gifts and stationery.
The gifts and accessories available here always reflect the exhibits in the art and design museum of which it is a part. Items available include jewelery, handbags, glass ware and other decorative pieces.
This store has a location at the Museum of Modern Art as well as one a good number of blocks south. It carries modern designs in its furniture, lighting, kitchen and tabletop pieces and jewelery and watches.
The Murray Hill area of Manhattan has been home since 1986 to this gift store. Gifts for house-warming, showers, birthdays, anniversaries and simply as a treat are available. These might include jewelry, photo-albums, diaper bags, jewelry rolls and credit card holders.
Known for hand knitted wool sweaters for kids from newborns through 8 years old, the store also has cotton sweaters and toys and novelty gifts for children. It is located in the Upper West side area and items can be shipped anywhere in the USA.
Located inside the New Museum on the Lower East side, this store carries a wide range of artsy books, both hard and paperback. In addition, the usual keepsakes from museum gift shops are also available here.
As the name, rainbow, suggests this store specializes in clothing, gifts, cards, books and paraphernalia for the gay and lesbian market. Jewelery and DVDs are also available.
This small store, on 7th Avenue, has Christmas stock in year round. All kinds of Christmas decorations and paraphernalia are available as is a tree ordering service.
This jewelry comes from a Danish designer and gold and sterling-silver are his forte. He also has watches, tableware, bowls, clocks and other gifts in the Soho area store.
Unusual gifts and unique pieces are the name of the game at Exit 9. The company was born in 1995 and scouts out decorative and functional items from far flung places and people. They also work with artisans, craftspeople and designers to bring new ideas to their East Village store.
Dö Kham has been providing the Nolita area of Manhattan with designs based on Tibetan and Indian culture. Items like fox fur hats, jewelry, textiles, statues, thangka paintings, sing bowls, musical instruments, hand-painted Tibetan furniture new and antique Tibetan rugs, and Himalayan artwork are all available here.
This little store, that is owned and operated by the Colonial Dames of America, provides gifts and keepsakes of a visit to the museum including books, bags, cards and scarves. It is located on the Upper East side of Manhattan on 61st Street.
Family owned and operated, Sixth Sense stimulates as soon as customers walk in the door with scented candles and hand-blended perfumes. It also carries jewelry, music and self help books. Perhaps is should carry a warning sign saying 'prepare to relax when entering'.
This store stocks books, fiction and non-fiction in French only. Maps and children's books are also available as are gift items which hail from the European nation at this Midtown east store.
This fine gift store originates from 1935 when it started as a family run business. It offers elegant stationery items, has a wedding registry service for china and offers some beautifully designed glass ware.
This store was established in 1919 and provides a selection of rare and beautiful precious gemstones and the work of fine international artists. Custom designed jewelry and a repair service are also available.
Authentic artifacts from the Himalayan nations grace the shelves and displays of this West Village store. Tibetans artisans who live in Tibet, India and Nepal are the main suppliers to this organization.
This quaint store in the West Village area combines antique and historical prints with the traditional art form decoupage. The items with the elegant decoupage work include trays, plates, coasters and paperweights.
Picture witches, the night and spiders in cauldrons and this is the feel of Enchantments. It brings fragrances, essential oils, herbs, incense, talismans and charms to the East Village.
This independent little store is tucked away in a corner of the first floor of ABC Carpet & Home. It stocks engraved jewelery, glass ware, leather bound notebooks, writing ware and letter pressed items.
The unique collection, featured at this Midtown East store on the second floor of the Japan Society building brings the culture of this country to Manhattan. Home accessories available include furniture, sake sets, china dolls, kokeshi figurines and books on art, cuisine and culture. There are also some vintage obis (kimono sashes) and silk scarves with traditional Japanese emblems.
Located in Scandinavia House, this store like to promote goods from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway not surprisingly. all kinds of decorative pieces, ties, bags, jewelry, bedding, bathroom accessories and women's wear are available.