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Gifts to pro­mote trans­for­ma­tion, nour­ish­ment, di­ges­tion, fier­i­ness, warmth, courage, il­lu­mi­na­tion, en­thu­si­asm

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1 See the light with this clever MoMA De­sign Store Heng Bal­ance Lamp, which turns on through wooden balls em­bed­ded with mag­nets. ($59, store.moma.org)

2 Skeem De­sign Alchemy Fire­place Match Bot­tle has a strike-on-bot­tle de­sign and is silk-screened with a vi­brant take on the ele­men­tal sym­bol for fire. ($44, skeemshop.com) 3 Ex­cep­tional heat re­ten­tion is one of the hall­marks of the cast-iron Staub Fry Pan, along with dura­bil­ity and rugged beauty. ($99–$199, food52.com) 4 Made of eco-friendly ma­te­rial with en­tranc­ing tableaus, the five-piece Love Mae bam­boo kids’ din­ner­ware in For­est Feast is a win-win for finicky kids and the planet. ($34, alpinemod­ern.com)

5 Shine a light on a ra­di­ant friend with the Hygge Life Salt Rock Can­dle­hold­ers, which pro­vide an al­most molten glow. ($30–$140, hyggelife.com)

6 In­fuse any room with a burst of warmth with a Block Shop Marigold Pil­low, in­spired by the late de­signer Alexan­der Gi­rard’s styl­ized sun faces. ($85, block­shop­tex­tiles.com) 7 Help rekin­dle your near and dear’s agni— an Ayurvedic term for the fire of di­ges­tion—with The Kitchen Imp’s or­ganic In­dian Spice Sam­pler. ($20, thek­itchen­imp.com)

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