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Museum Store

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

The tiniest most perfectly intricate origami necklaces by @Meia Geddes at MakeACrane. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store.

The cutest songbird speakers by @kikkerland design design. 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!

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.

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.

Bracelet handmade from Scrabble tiles, by Deb Kennedy.

It's a hat! It's a hand puppet! It's a Puphat from Zolo, available in different adorable characters. Made from 50% natural pima cotton and 50% eco-friendly tencel. One size fits most ages 0-4.

Takobia jewelry is made from lightweight iron, brass, or zinc alloy and then silver or gold plated.

Take art making into your own hands with these fun fingerprint books & kits!

Auburn-based studio potter Marianne DeMartini creates hand-thrown, hand-carved pieces. All her work is lead-free and food, microwave, and dishwasher safe.

Glenda Jordan hand brushes her botanical designs with a batik-based process and finishes them with a food-safe glaze.

The Davis-based artist Heidi Bekebrede displays her warm sense of humor in her Cuteware. Each whimsical piece is individually high fired and then low fire glazes are applied.

Fish Hotel fishbowl and Bird Cafe birdfeeder by Umbra.

Chic, clever vase by Chive.

Handmade wooden Black Raven and Crow wall art. NY artist Alice Muhlback draws heart into the evocative spirited characters and renders in a painterly style as well as simple line. Each character is an iconic symbol for a soulful word or intention.