Earlier this week we posted our picks of gifts for the host under $100. Here is part two of that guide, this time all gifts ring in at or under $50.
Above: A dozen booklets of Papier d’Armenie, a vanilla-scented paper made for burning and used for its antiseptic and deodorizing properties. It’s $40 at The Line.
Above: Hand-Knit Cloths from New Zealand artist Harriet Ware are knit from eco-dyed cotton in unique colors (shown here in burnt orange); $39 NZD ($26 US) each at Everyday Needs.
Above: A package of Dried White Figs from Cilento, Italy, by Santomiele are a rare variety that are stuffed with almonds, raisins, orange peel, and rum, and wrapped in fig leaves; $29.50 at Gustiamo.
Above: A Danish Beer Foamer is made by Norm Architects for Menu and perfect for the brew enthusiast. It foams a quarter or half cup of beer for adding to the top of a glass. $20 from TRNK.
Above: Dinner Diaries by Daniel Cappello offers a guide to the modern dinner party, covering everything from conversation topics to seating charts and menus; $50 at The Line.
Above: The Antichi Uliveti Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made in Sardinia by the Pinna family. It’s said to be moderately fruity and smooth with notes of artichoke and almond; $16.25 at Gustiamo.
Above: A natural linen Marcel Tea Towel is screen-printed with the Marcel Proust Questionnaire; $35 each at Alder & Co.