Top 10 Gifts for Grandmas

Whether they go by mee-maa, nana, bubba, or abuela, grandmas never run out of hugs (or cookies). And with a special gift from UncommonGoods, she won't run out of smiles either.

This year, say thanks—for everything—with a gift that expresses how much your grandmother means to you and how much you appreciate all she does.

Whether they go by mee-maa, nana, bubba, or abuela, grandmas never run out of hugs (or cookies). And with a special gift from UncommonGoods, she won't run out of smiles either.

This year, say thanks—for everything—with a gift that expresses how much your grandmother means to you and how much you appreciate all she does.

  • Mom Daisy and Grandma Sunflower Platters

    $75.00

    Designed by Cassandra Ott, this delightful keepsake platter is a touching token of your appreciation for your mother or grandmother. Handcrafted in Pennsylvania, this special platter is hand-cut from pre-consumer/post-industrial recycled glass. Color is then hand-screened onto the glass and, to finish, it's fired and sandblasted for texture and a frosted look. A unique gift to honor a very special lady, this platter features a blooming sunflower or daisy encircling the word "mom" or "grandma." Sold Individually.

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  • Birth Month Flower Necklaces

    $48.00

    You've heard of birthstones, but did you know there's a flower that celebrates your birth month? A unique and graceful way to fete a birthday, these luscious bouquets keep individuality in full bloom with 12 different dried, pressed flowers showcased in a resin pendant. Sourced from around the world, each designated flower is specially picked for its delicate beauty. Set in a silver-plated brass bezel, each pendant blooms from a sterling silver chain. Handmade in Nashville, TN.

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  • Grandma Necklace

    $78.00

    Send grandma your love wherever she goes with Kathy Bransfield's handmade pendant dedicated to sharing your admiration and affection. Each sterling silver token is inscribed with a heartfelt line that honors your time together:

    Grandmas hold our tiny hands for just a little while, but our hearts forever.

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  • Grandma Vase

    $32.00

    As sweet as grandma herself, this ceramic milk bottle vase evokes warm memories of Grandma's house. Hand painted by artist Beth Mueller, this petite and charming vase is accented with a plate of homemade chocolate chip cookies and a glass of milk for an effect that is touching and timeless. Handmade in Vermont.

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  • Sari Scarf

    $48.00

    "Up-cycled" from vintage saris in India, this gorgeous scarf is a patchwork of rich, jewel-colored pieces of luxurious silk. To make the scarves, individual saris are cut into strips and hand stitched together with others to create a vibrant blend of color. The scarf is then moistened, tightly twisted, and wound around a bamboo pole, creating a beautiful, rippling texture as it dries. Each scarf has unique variations in its pattern and colors, and can be worn wrapped around the shoulders or head. Handmade in India from 100% recycled materials.

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  • Sea Horse Night Light

    $38.00

    You don't have to sleep on a bed of coral to enjoy the charm of this seahorse nightlight. The cute little seahorse seems to gaze with wide-eyed wonder at the cool green light around him. The colorful, textured glass is made from 100% post-consumer bottle glass, kiln formed by artisans Vawn and Mike Gray. Handmade in Cape Coral, Florida.

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  • Berry Bowl and Tray

    $65.00

    Designer Robert Seigel has special memories of childhood summers spent at Long Beach Island, NJ, with his grandmother. She always kept a special berry bowl on her counter, filled with the sweet harvests of spring and summer.

    Now Seigel has crafted his own spin on the berry bowl, for the delight of a newer generation. Each sturdy porcelain bowl and saucer is crafted and glazed by hand. The cluster of holes in the bowl's underside enables it to be used for rinsing your berries, while also allowing air to circulate, which helps keep the fruit ripe. Place the included saucer beneath the bowl to catch rinse water or stray juice drippings.

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  • Butterfly Puddler

    $40.00

    There's nothing quite like a garden aflutter with wild butterflies in the afternoon sun. Attract your neighborhood beauties with this sand-and-water puddler, designed to hold on to natural minerals after water evaporates.

    Its shallow well of recycled glass holds sand or rock salt along with a teaspoon of water. When the water evaporates (in under a day), butterflies are attracted to the minerals left behind from the hard water and sand/salt. Once butterflies know where they can find these minerals, they return regularly. Place it in a conspicuous nook to transform your outdoor space into an enchanted garden.

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  • Blossom Balls: Thinking of You and Thanks

    $42.00

    Flowers are such a special gift because their delicate beauty is so fleeting. Artist Stephen Kitras captures that special magic in a more permanent form by creating these ethereal glass globes, containing impossibly slender green stems leading up to floral splashes of color. As with flowers, each combination of color and pattern conveys a special meaning to their recipient.

    Thinking of You (on left) evokes a quiet mood with rich, blue flowers the color of a deep reflective pool.
    Thanks (on right) is filled with joyful energy, displaying flowers reminiscent of sunflowers or Black-eyed Susans.

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  • Grandparent's Journal

    $32.00

    A lasting family keepsake to give to or complete with a grandchild, A Grandparent's Journal helps you tell the story of your life.

    Features prompts such as "Where I grew up," "Favorite Family Traditions," "What I did for fun," "My least favorite job," "My favorite ice cream flavor" and "A place I would like to visit." With space to write a short response to each question and two pages dedicated to holding favorite photos, this is a great way to get a glimpse into a grandparent's life, and hopefully spark additional conversations.

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