July 3 2014
The Perfect Wedding Gifts
Written by Gastown Admin
115 Water Street
Heather Johnson Fine Art Canvases
Share Vancouve’sr story with Heather Johnston’s extraordinary black and white cityscapes! Each canvas is hand embellished and has a quintessentially urban, west coast vibe.
Orling & Wu
28 Water Street
Mateus Rainbow Platter
Beautifully crafted to seamlessly join modern design with functionality, this ceramic dinnerware from Mateus is casually chic. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
452 W. Cordova Street
Vintage Inspired Candle Sconce
Light up the room with vintage inspiration. This 2-set candle sconce is a perfect antique decorative piece and comes in a beautiful turquoise metal with rustic details.
125 – 12 Water Street
KIOSK Portuguese Beer Glass
Sit down at a bar, cafe or restaurant in Portugal and nearly every time you order a beer this glass will be put in front of you. This Portuguese-made glass holds almost a quarter of a pint.
320 West Cordova Street
Camano Coffee Mill
This fully adjustable conical burr coffee grinder is as beautiful as it is functional. Handcrafted in Missouri by the Red Rooster Trading Co. – a family operated business specializing in hand built goods. Holds enough coffee beans to make 4-5 cups of drip coffee. Made of cast iron, walnut and glass. Medium sized ball jar is included however, the upper half will fit any regular sized mason jar opening.
38 Water St.
Warm metals and a little flame add the perfect glow to summer patios and bedside tables. This candle holder is handmade in copper and brass with a carrying handle for easy transport.
50 Water Street
Tom Dixon Large Bash Vessel
Bash Vessel is formed of brass and shaped by hand into an expressive crumpled form. It can be used as an extravagant flower vase, fruit bowl or as a contemporary sculpture. Each piece is unique in shape and finished with a gold wash.
FortKnight Men’s Boutique
46 Alexander Street
Whiskey Decanter Twins
Add sophistication to your whiskey with these100% lead-free crystal whiskey decanters. Made to nestle into each other and crafted in the Czech Republic.
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