Shoppist’s 25 Gifts of Christmas: Day 18

The coziest gift ever: an iron fire pit.

Xmas18Now that the holidays are officially upon us, we here at Shoppist are in full gifting mode. Each day this month, we’ll unveil our 25 top gifts to buy in Philly this season. (Trust us: We’ve shopped everywhere to bring you the best of the best.)

It’s admittedly a bit unconventional , but we promise you’ll get more use out of it than you’d ever imagined. Terrain’s iron fire pit bowl is simple in design, easy to use and small enough (11 inches high, 30 inches in diameter) to fit in sprawling suburban backyards or tinier city patios. Throw a few rough wood benches or low-slung chairs around it, bring out the wool blankets, and host your next winter soiree—or cozy date night—around a roaring fire, complete with roasting marshmallows and mugs of hot chocolate, naturally.

The Details: Iron Fire Pit Bowl, $448 at Terrain, Glen Mills.




Give To: Your husband.

SHOPPIST’S GIFT GUIDE

Day 1: A weekender for him.

Day 2: A geometric ring for her.

Day 3: A posh nail polish set for your teenager.

Day 4: A tabletop speaker for dad.

Day 5: A made-in-Philly skateboard for your little brother.

Day 6: A set of Narberth-made essential oils for mom.

Day 7: A bag of made-in-Philly gifts for out-of-town pals.

Day 8: A cool pair of diamond studs for your girlfriend.

Day 9: A metallic bag for your sister.

Day 10: A fleece hoodie for your dog.

Day 11: A wishbone necklace for your best friend.

Day 12: A rugged camping cocktail kit for your boyfriend.

Day 13: A made-in-Philly wooden matching game for your preschooler.

Day 14: A locally grown lavender set for your hostess.

Day 15: A milk bottle carafe for your Office Best Friend.

Day 16: A pom-pom bracelet for your niece/cousin.

Day 17: A wallet and change tray for your husband or dad.

 

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