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The history of this storied watch company is now available in book form.

Bulova Gets Booked

BULOVA: A HISTORY OF FIRSTS is a beautiful new volume from Assouline that chronicles the extraordinary American watch company by recounting an epic, multigenerational picaresque that runs from the Gilded Age through present-day New York City.

bulova.com

$175


 

Marble Your Mac

Eventually we’ll discover something that doesn’t look good in marble, but today is not that day. You know you want to read about jewelry on a computer that looks like it’s made of beautiful stone.

uniqfind.com

$24.99


Boss Babe Bag

Because you’re the boss, you know it, and you might as well own it. And after all, your writing utensils have to go somewhere, don’t they?

rosannainc.com

$22


The Last Straw

Stephen Webster is offering the “Last Straw,” a reusable sterling silver straw that eco-conscious beverage lovers can use for sipping pretty without hurting the oceans. 10 percent of proceeds go to the Plastic Oceans Foundation.

stephenwebster.com

$175


Delightful Drawings

You may already follow her popular Instagram account, @twiggyabi, but Abi Kramer’s hand-drawn and painted mineral illustrations are so lovely that you’re going to want the non-virtual version, too.

etsy.com/shop/twigglings

$40

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