Heal the world through thoughtful gifts.
|Fields of Dreams|
What can you do with a sentimental heart? Melt it with a piece from Elva Fields, a line of jewelry that repurposes vintage materials and family heirlooms (from $168).
Get cozy in cashmere scarves ($295) shorn from free-range goats in Mongolia and hand-loomed in Nepal. Rest assured: They cause no harm to the animals.
Notes from Letters Lubell are scandal free. Stationery, cards, and notebooks are printed on cotton and recycled paper with soy ink ($7-$16). The result is beauteous.
It’s time to talk trash. This stainless steel, one-gallon compost pail makes your waste look hot ($42). Charcoal filters mean you won’t smell rotten tomatoes.
|A Lump of Coal|
Is actually a treat when it’s Sort of Coal ($25-$130). Plucked from forests in Japan and Korea, the white charcoal used in the modern products naturally purifies water and air.
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