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Unique gifts for your loved ones (and yourself) AND every purchase supports the education programs and exhibitions of the Crocker.

...because lunch should make us smile and reusable is better for the planet.

Is it a beautiful coffee table book or a game? It's both! It's the Eames Memory Game

The gigantic, exhaustive, really thick, ultra informative, mother-of-em-all "Duct Tape Book"

Let your imagination go wild with Make-a-Mask coloring books.

Unleash your creativity! Draw something new every day!

Quilting Keepsakes

The Raku clay Pepsi bottle sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at @Pam Crocker Art Museum.

Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans are amongst the most recognizable and celebrated works in the history of art--and now it's a 200-piece puzzle.

@MoMA Design Store PERPETUAL CALENDAR was designed by CA-based industrial designer Gideon Dagan. This clever desktop calendar was designed to be used year after year by moving magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month.

These one of a kind handmade Origami necklaces were made by Sacramento artist @Wingy Lam. Each piece Wingy makes is hand folded and lovingly assembled waiting to be worn. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store.

Mister Tea Infuser by Fred & Friends just "toss some tea in his trousers"

"Salt and Pants" from Fred & Friends The cutest Salt and Pepper Shakers!

We especially love this one from "Ways to Unplug"

365 Ways to Unplug. Most relaxing to do list. Ever.

The sweetest little zebra that ever was.

Freshen up your child and their room!

Celebrate all things Spring! All flowers, big and small, are more beautiful in a unique vase.

Liza Riddle’s vessels are hand-coiled, carefully burnished to a smooth finish, then fired at earthenware temperatures.

Another fabulous Jump From Paper handbag!

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These hand thrown ceramic bowls were made to look like they were in an earthquake. By Nelson, CA-based artist Paul DiPasqua, who has works in the Crocker’s permanent collection.

Poseable fiber art sculptures, with vintage button detailing, by Lisa Inez

Hilary Pfeifer’s whimsical sculptures typically use more than 80% found wood.

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What the Heck? It Goes Around Your Neck! Statement necklace by Betty Nelsen, made from handcrafted polymer with image transfer, glass, rubber-coated acrylic, and resin.