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by Organic Spa Magazine

ABOVE, GIFTS THAT GIVE: Not only is this 100 percent Belgian flax linen throw by Loomstead a great gift, you will want to get one for yourself, too! This one is beautiful, affordable and lovely for even the most sensitive skin. Fifteen percent of proceeds go to A Walk on Water. $129; loomstead.com

From a handblown vase that doubles as a candle holder to sustainably made raffia placemats by artisans in Morocco, here are the latest great gifts this season.

Geometry Class

Go geometric with this handcarved white-and-gray geometric marble coaster set sustainably constructed from marble remnants. $29 for set of four; vivaterra.com

Clean Air

Inhale the therapeutic scents of essential oils emitted from a chic diffuser. Made from Tzalam wood and clay, the Don Goyo Natural Oil and Aroma Diffuser evokes the cleansing power of Mexico City’s Popocatépetl Volcano, with modern design. $248; maisonnumen.com

Warm Up

The Zander herringbone throw is woven and tailored by artisans in Cliffside, North Carolina; it’s made of a cotton-tencel blend. $129; roomandboard.com

Dine In

The Linge Particulier linen napkin set is made of 100-percent washed linen; the company specializes in eco-friendly, biodegradable materials. $65 for set of six; industrywest.com

Dual Purpose

Handblown by Delish Glass, a husband-and-wife design duo in southern Illinois, the Clarion vase doubles as a votive candle holder. $55; roomandboard.com

Full Bloom

Ceramicist Lisa Neimeth handcrafts designs from her backyard studio in San Francisco. Her new dishwasher-safe floral XL bowl is slab-formed and made from brown California clay. $320; lneimeth.com

Copper Mine

Made in India and supporting global artisans, the handmade copper utensils and tools are each crafted from sustainably sourced copper and sheesham wood. Salad servers ($49), measuring cups ($49), rolling pin ($59), spoon rest ($29); vivaterra.com

Global Vibe

Handwoven by Berber women artisans in Morocco using locally sourced raffia, the Raffia tassel placemat is the ideal hostess gift. $10 each; meridianny.com

Woven Wonder

Create pattern and texture in the home with the Dancer woven coaster sets handwoven by a women’s cooperative in Rwanda with locally sourced fibers and natural dyes; the pattern is inspired by costumes of East African dancers. $35 for set of four; meridianny.com

Golden Glow

Los Angeles–based architecture firm Marmol Radziner designed this tealight candle set using sustainably harvested walnut from Missouri and Iowa, natural brass candle holder inserts, and 100-percent natural soy wax candles. $130 for set of three; marmolradziner.com

Guest List

The handmade Ruffle giant round platter is hand-painted with 24K gold or platinum by Annie Morhauser, founder of Watsonville, California–based sustainably handcrafted glassware company, Annieglass. $347; annieglass.com

Sparkle and Shine

Designed by artisans in India, the nickel-plated cast aluminum pedestal serving tray is a nature-inspired showstopper for the holiday table. $95; vivaterra.com

Puro Vino

The Ullo Wine Purifier, made with BPA-free materials, is perfect for wine lovers who are sensitive to sulfites. It removes sulfites and separates out sediment, and is so simple to use! $80; crateandbarrel.com

GIFTS THAT GIVE


Softest Sheets

These deliciously soft, yummy sheets are the perfect gift for someone you love. Fair Trade, organic, GOTS-certified and made in a LEED-certified facility, Alterra ticks all the super-sustainability boxes—and the sheets are so beautiful. $125 and up; alterrapure.com

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