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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

STL hat • Aviate makes these Destination St. Louis STL baseball caps in gray, red or navy. $35 at Savannah Rose, 209 Market Street, Kimmswick, facebook.com/Savannah-Rose-163735823641716/

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This crimson decanter will look festive on any mantle or end table, and the Lampe Berger fragrance helps purify the air as it diffuses through the room. Available in a variety of colors and scents. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Decorative oil lamp • This crimson decanter will look festive on any mantle or end table, and the Lampe Berger fragrance helps purify the air as it diffuses through the room. Available in a variety of colors and scents. $40 at Cassie's, 316 North Euclid Avenue, cassiesscents.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

"X-Men: Grand Design Volume One" • This oversized book by Ed Piskor contains the first two issues of his retelling of the history of Marvel's Mutants and X-Men. This is a must-have item for young and old X-Men fans. $29.99 at Wizard's Wagon, 6388 Delmar Boulevard, University City, facebook.com/TheWizardsWagon

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

"The Hidden Life of Trees" • This new and beautifully illustrated version of Peter Wohlleben's international bestseller takes you for more than a walk of the woods as he tells you about fungal communication, lessons learned in tree school, recycling dying trees and more. $35 at Subterranean Books, 6275 Delmar Boulevard, University City, store.subbooks.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Simply Zuri elephant necklace • Every Simply Zuri jewelry purchase gives back 5 percent of its profits to Kenya's Mara Lion Project.This simpl Ndovu African elephant design is sure to be a conversation piece. $48.99 at Sparrow + Mason, 6050 Second Street, Kimmswick, sparrowandmason.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Etched cutting board • You can use it as a cutting board or a kitchen sign, and the engraving is included. $34.95 at Meant to Be, 111 Market Street, Kimmswick, facebook.com/meanttobeglassartisan

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Dog stocking • Hearth Hounds makes holiday stockings to look (fairly realistically) like your favorite dog breed. $40.99 at All About Animals, 407 South Main Street, St. Charles, allaboutanimals.online

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St. Louis neighborhood print • This modern St. Louis-themed sign highlights some of the great things the city has to offer. From Hi-Pointe to Holly Hills, this print is ideal for natives and newcomers alike. You can even swap out a neighborhood when you order, so your hood is on there. $35 at MrCityPrinting, etsy.com/shop/MrCityPrinting

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Escape Room Subscription Box • For the puzzler in your life, give the gift of mystery with a subscription to this box service. Each month, the service sends a different case — designed by the inventors of escape rooms — for subscribers to solve. $25 at Cratejoy.com, cratejoy.com

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Memorial gift plate • If you know someone’s who’s has an old recipe or note from a loved one, immortalize their message and handwriting with this customizable plate. $50 at Prairie Hills Pottery, etsy.com/shop/phpottery

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Personalized vintage illustration • Turn a photo of a loved one into a digital work of art featuring their face on a war general's body. $36 at Zack Kennedy's Portrait Workshop, etsy.com/shop/ZKPortraitsWorkshop

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Customizable necklace • For someone special in your life, try customizing this necklace with a name, date or location. Perfect to remind someone of a special time or place, this is sure to be a favorite sentimental gift. $50 at Staxx Jewellery, etsy.com/market/staxx_jewellery

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Enso rings • Silicone rings bring style, safety and comfort to the way you express commitment, or to the way you express yourself. We like the timeles style of the rose gold Elements version. $39.99 at Enso Rings, ensorings.com

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"Dinosaur" book • Dan Kainen’s Photicular technology makes dinosaurs come to life in this stunning book filled with facts and moving images. $25.95 at Amazon, amazon.com

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Who wouldn't love this monthly subscription box filled with St. Louis goodies? 

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ArchCrate • This monthly subscription box is filled with goodies from St. Louis businesses, perfect either for locals that are always looking for new favorites in the area, or for ex-St. Louisians nostalgic for a taste of the city. $31.40 at ArchCrate, archcrate.com

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Five Farms Irish Cream • This Irish cream liqueur is sourced and produced in County Cork, Ireland, using the dairy cream from five family-owned farms in the region and 10 percent Irish whiskey. It was developed with and imported by Holladay Distillery, of Weston, Mo. $29.99 at Randall's Spirits stores, fivefarmsirishcream.com

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Oliver the Ornament gift set • "Oliver the Ornament" is a story of one family’s cherished Christmas ornaments. The book follows Oliver's excitement for Christmas, his heartbreak and his determination to save the day. The book is sold with an adorable hand-painted ornament, packaged in a gift set. $29.99 at Amazon, amazon.com

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"Tasting Paris" • One of the best cookbooks of the year brims with 100 recipes that re-create the way true Parisians cook. It turns out that they cook very well, indeed. $30 at Left Bank Books, 399 North Euclid Avenue, left-bank.com

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SOGfari Survival Kit • A gift only for the hardcore outdoorsy types, this toolkit contains all the essentials to survive out in the wilderness — or if the zombie apocalypse happens. $49.97 at Cabela's, 5555 St. Louis Mills Circle, Hazelwood, cabelas.com

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Sushiquik Super Easy Sushi Making Kit • For the budding chef in your life, this kit will teach the basics of sushi making. $25 at Amazon, amazon.com

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Selma's Dolls • This dolll company focuses on inclusion and acceptance.. Each doll also comes with a book, “First Day of School” which is a story about how Selma’s new friends she meets in her dream help her overcome her first day of school fears. The book also includes “conversation starters” so parents can talk to their kids about culture, religion and physical and mental disabilities without having to be experts. There are three dolls available. This is Annie, who has Down Syndrome. $39.99 at Selma's Dolls, selmasdolls.com

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Sydney round crown hat • Perfect for the traveler on your list, this packable Sydney hat designed by Scala is made of wool felt and is both sytlish and comfortable. $48 at Tenth Street Hats, tenthstreethats.com

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Beatles socks • Send the man in your life on a trip on the Yellow Submarine with this Beatles gift box with three pair of socks in a box made to look like a record. $42 at Happy Socks, happysocks.com

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Sunflower kit • Teach kids to love gardening with this sunflower kit . Specially packaged in a canvas backpack, the kit contains sunflower seeds, organic soil, cotton gloves, a trowel and a recycled tea bag planter. $44.95 at Williams-Sonoma, williams-sonoma.com

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Love Your Melon jellyfish cuffed beanie • Beanies make great gifts, and this one is extra great because Love Your Melon donates 50 percent of its profits to help fight childhood cancer. The knit hats come in a wide variety of colors and styles, so you can find one for just about anyone. $30 at Love Your Melon, loveyourmelon.com

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Sunnylife Martini Glasses • A holiday gift that will come in handy on New Year's Eve, these gold martini glasses are particularly festive. $25 at Sweet Boutique, 8115 Maryland Avenue, Clayton, sweetboutiquegifts.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Carousel bubblegum necklace • Gold and silver strands are so yesterday. Stand out from the bejeweled crowd with this “carousel bubblegum” necklace from the Australian jewelry maker Ruby Olive. A variety of styles — long and short, multicolored and monochromatic, and all stunning — are available. $38 at Circa, 128 East Main Street, Belleville, ilovecirca.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

American Heart and Soul Spice gift box • Eight spices representing the diversity of cooking across America are featured in this gift box. The American Heart and Soul spice gift box includes recipes incorporating the various spices. $34.95 at Penzeys Spices, 246 THF Boulevard, Chesterfied, penzeys.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Mizzou serving tray • Watching college games will be even more fun when you serve chips and dips in this Mizzou serving tray. $46.99 at the Mizzou Store, 10 THF Boulevard, Chesterfield, themizzoustore.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Blues totem pole • A unique decoration piece that fits into any hard-core hockey fan's room features Louie and a puck. $34.99 at Rally House, 82 THF Bouevard, Chesterfield, rallyhouse.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

Batman collectible • Are you batty for Batman? This Batman figure was released as part of the “Justice League” gallery and shows the superhero leaping into action. $35 at Cosmic Comics, 132 West Main Street, Belleville, facebook.com/cosmiccomicsbelleville

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St. Louis Cardinals putting green • Even in the offseason you can show your Cardinals pride by practicing your putt on this indoor green. Great for the home or office. $33.93 at Home Depot, homedepot.com

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Dinosaur taco holders • Dinner time is sure to be fun time with these Tricerataco & Tacosaurus Rex Taco Holders from Prehistoric Appetites. $35.94 at Walmart, walmart.com

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Golden Girls Monopoly • Play your favorite game with Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia. $39.95 at Amazon, amazon.com

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ThinOptics reading glasses • For those who like ultra-light reading glasses, ThinOptics makes a colorful variety that weigh less than a nickel, some with arms and some without (those will fold up and fit in things as small as its accompanying keychain or flashcard). You might have to find the best place on your nose for the cool, shatterproof armless ones, whose lenses have neither front nor back but work in either direction $29.88 at ThinOptics, thinoptics.com

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A gift for The List. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com

A Year in the City St. Louis calendar • This 11-inch-by-17-inch calendar by artist Janet Muhm shows off a local spot every month, like Kirkwood Depot, the Bevo Mill and historic St. Charles. The illustrations can become 11-by-14 prints once the month has passed. $26 at Union Studio, 1605 Tower Grove Avenue, St. Louis, stlunionstudio.com

Amy Bertrand 314-340-8284

@abertrand on Twitter

abertrand@post-dispatch.com

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