Gift Guides

17 Gifts in an Exclusive Relationship with UncommonGoods

January 24, 2018

Finding a gift that feels truly unique can be a bit of a toughie sometimes. With all the flowers, chocolates, and hearts that populate the gift-giving landscape every February, what’s to separate one Valentine’s Day good from another? Plenty, we think, and “where you found it” is one of the many metrics we swear by. That’s why we’ve assembled an assortment of our favorite romantic goodies you can only get at UncommonGoods. Read on to uncover 17 of our best exclusive gifts for this Valentine’s Day, from polychromatic pillows to seductive paperweights, with plenty of ground covered in between.


Toast your soulmate’s birth month with a stained glass dish that’s just the right size for catching jewelry, coins, and tiny tokens of your love.

Birth Month Mini Dish – $44 Buy Now »


This oversized match offers a new way to say “I love you” and—like your honey—helps you hold it down.

You Light My Fire Paperweight – $32 Buy Now »


Cyclists and hopeless romantics alike will appreciate the handiwork of Athens, Greece-based sculptor George Roumanas.

Bike Lovers Wall Sculpture – $80 Buy Now »


You’re both pros at letting your love grow. Why not try your luck with a plant?

Amaryllis Winter Bulb Kit – $40 Buy Now »



Celebrate the buzz you get when they walk in the room with this necklace cast from real heart-shaped honeycomb.

Bee Love Necklace – $94 Buy Now »



What makes these wine glasses so special, you ask? You can play “Twinkle, Twinkle” on them (and many other things, if you’re musically inclined).

Major Scale Musical Wine Glasses – Set of 2 – $65 Buy Now »



Breaking news: We’ve got chocolate you can bathe with…

Box of Chocolate Soaps – $28 Buy Now »


…and chocolate you can eat! How novel. (Bonus points: This selection’s mixed with booze.)

Boozy Chocolate Box – $49 Buy Now »


Now, if you prefer your booze straight up, this engraved decanter set makes one loving way to serve it, and it reinforces the importance of sharing.

Yours, Mine, and Ours Engraved Decanter Set – $65 Buy Now »



Real February woods? Suuuper chilly. Artist Rachel Kroh’s “February Woods” print? Homey, sweet, and serene, with absolutely no effect on how cold your fingers feel.

February Woods – $18 Buy Now »



Mirror your most precious inner workings with this petite beating heart powered by physics.

Beating Heart in a Bottle Sculpture – $100 Buy Now »



What’s more romantic than the thought of trotting off into the sunset together? Not much. Evoke such classic imagery with the aid of this custom-crafted trivet.

Personalized Horseshoe Heart Trivet – $62-68 Buy Now »



Unlike your relationship (hey, love is work), this touching terrarium requires little upkeep: Just mist once every two to four weeks for best results.

Grow Old With You Terrarium – $125 Buy Now »



Celebrate the time you’ve spent together with this personalized print featuring your names, the year you met, and the year we’re in (unless you’re, like, a time traveler or something).

Intersection of Love – Photo Print – $75-175 Buy Now »



They’re your sun—your moon—your whole sky! Tell them so with a hand-hammered ring that adjusts to fit a variety of fingers.

Sun & Moon Wrap Ring – $88 Buy Now »



If you’ve gifted real live flowers and candy one too many times, try this heart-shaped pillow instead. It won’t wilt or go bad, and it’s… well… comfier.

Flowers & Candy Rainbow Heart Pillow – $45 Buy Now »



Hearts, lace, and gold—is there a more romantic combination? Hm… we think not.

Mini Gold Dipped Lace Heart Earrings – $32 Buy Now »



  • Reply James N. Bailey January 25, 2018 at 2:53 am

    It will really encourage me to give the perfect gift to my friend who is at edubird. Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

  • Reply Jon January 27, 2018 at 7:59 am

    Great ideas here, particularly the engraved decanter set. If you and your significant other enjoy partaking in some booze, this is a go to gift. Imagine the bragging rights when you have friends over for a drink as well! Cool stuff.

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