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Mimi Gift Gallery

Mimi Gift Gallery of Manchester is no small affair, boasting impressive collections of fine art, dinnerware, home décor, keepsake gifts, and even high-end jewelry. Mother-daughter owners Mia Nehme and Claudia Bowman lend a personal touch, always there to help customers choose gifts for friends and spouses—or indulgences for themselves. And it’s hard not to indulge, as Mimi’s offers a wide range of quality wares, personalized gifts, handmade creations from around the country, artworks by Endicott students and area artists, and a comprehensive online boutique to make browsing possible anytime, anywhere.

11 Central St., Manchester, 978-525-0385, mimigiftgallery.com

 

Savoir Faire Home

While Savoir Faire Home specializes in sophisticated home styling, the shop is certainly not limited to furniture. Mer Sea Soaps, a variety of French candles, dishes and other housewares, and even handmade pottery and linens all adorn the shelves of Savoir Faire, which feels more like a cozy and impeccably designed home than a gift shop. Experienced staff are always on hand to give design advice or recommend the coolest new pieces to spruce up a room.

23 Barnard St., Andover, 978- 409-6188, savoirfairehome.com

 

Sweetwater Trading Company

The new Marblehead location of this perennial North Shore favorite embodies the local nautical flavor in a cozy shop full of New England–made maritime gifts. Beach bags printed with vintage local maps, driftwood photo frames, and Dune jewelry with sand from the nearby Devereux Beach capture the spirit of Marblehead, and keepsakes from Mariposa bring high style to the seaside town. Customers can also sport Marblehead pride with totes embroidered with the local zip code.

33 Atlantic Ave., Marblehead, 781-639-9933, sweetwaterandco.com

 

Roost & Company

Nowhere else in Salem can you find such an eclectic mix of inspired artistic creations and quirky gifts. Husband and wife team Jamie Metsch and Kate Leavy have a blast finding the coolest new products to line the shelves. Books, handmade knits, kitchen goods and linens, luxurious bath and body products, and funky gifts for kids are among their diverse offerings. Be sure to set aside some time when visiting Roost & Company— there is a lot to look at.

40 Front St., Salem, 978-744-4663, roostsalem.com

 

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Roost & Company

40 Front St., Salem, 978-744-4663, roostsalem.com

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