2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts Made in VermontPosted on December 5, 2017
Gifts Made in Vermont
Shopping small and supporting local artists and business is important to us. Here in Burlington, you'll find plenty of local gifts that are as unique as the Green Mountain State itself.
Pair the Vermont Marble and Pewter Cheese Plane ($42) from Danforth Pewter with the finest local cheeses from your favorite Vermont farms.
A simple yet sophisticated gift-- the Simon Pearce Woodstock Collection is perfect for every day use.
Starting at $65
Show off your 802 pride with this Keep Vermont Weird t-shirt ($20.00).
Lake Champlain Chocolates offers a variety of holiday chocolate assortments, from milk chocolate to gourmet truffles.
Holiday Chocolate Assortment 15-piece, $33.50
Curl up by the fire place on a snowy holiday night wrapped in the Vermont Flannel Company Patchwork blanket ($79.80).
Not sure what to bring to a holiday party? Vermont Distillers has an array of fine spirits and locally grown products that are sure to impress.
Pottery by Maltak Mayforth, made in Bristol, Vermont would make a great addition to any collection.
Starting at $18
Send the beautiful scenery of Vermont to your out-of-state relatives with greeting cards and paintings from Monstream studio.
Ski Barn print, $55
Handmade stoneware pottery from Bennington Potters is a long-time Vermont favorite.
Blue Agate set, prices start at $18