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Elves for Your Shelves

This animatronic “Mining the Magic” scene from Lanusse and Company features a trio of handcrafted elves that really move, creating an irresistible diamond mining scene sure to enchant anyone who sees it. With this charming tableau in your front window or as part of a display, passersby won’t be able to resist coming into your store to get a closer look. minimation.com

Price on request


Not Just Child’s Play

Despite everyone’s best efforts, there will be times when your customers are kept waiting. With this sleek tic-tac-toe board on hand, what could otherwise be seen as a frustrating delay becomes an opportunity for entertainment. The set’s elegant design elevates this child’s game to the level of luxe whimsy. horchow.com

$148

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Watch Minders

The ROMA case by Orbita gives watch enthusiasts the ability to store their collections in the manner that a fine timepiece deserves. orbita.com

$195


Bubbly Bears

There could be no cuter snack in all the world than these gummy bears made with vintage Dom Pérignon champagne. Keep a few boxes on hand to offer to bridal clients, or order a whole batch for special events and you’ll keep your customers talking (and snacking) all day long. sugarfina.com

$8.50 and up

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Soft and Soothing

Keep these pretty hand lotions tucked in a basket in your restroom, and you’ll be able to make a customer’s day by letting them know they don’t have to wait until they get home to moisturize for the perfect #showmeyourrings snapshot. sephora.com

$16

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