We’ve searched the state for unique Ohio gifts to please everyone on your list.
H. Gerstner & Sons Wood Chests and Cases • Dayton
Harry Gerstner started making heirloom-worthy tool chests in 1906. Four generations later, his descendants specialize not only in hardwood chests but also in cabinets, attaché cases, and jewelry chests. With hand-rubbed finishes and tongue-andgroove joinery, Gerstner products are unsurpassed for quality and craftsmanship. 937-228-1662; www.gerstnerusa.com.
Honeyrun Farm Candles • Williamsport
Beekeepers and South Central Power Company members Jayne and Isaac Barnes produce and sell honey, soaps, and candles at their Pickaway County farm. Made of beeswax with cotton wicks, their molded floating star candles and pretty pine cone and pine tree-shaped candles burn naturally merry and bright. 330-763-4752; www.honeyrunfarm.com.
Maverick Chocolate Company • Cincinnati
From organic cocoa beans to whimsically wrapped bars, Paul and Marlene Picton handcraft luscious chocolates at their Findlay Market shop. Mix naughty and nice with Maverick’s Gingerbread White Chocolate bars and bourbon-infused Prohibition Dark Milk Chocolate bars. 513-381-0561; www. maverickchocolate.com.
Quailcrest Farm’s Holiday offerings • Wooster
Serviced by the Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative, Quailcrest is a “magical place in the country” where members of the Bruch family delight customers with their farm’s gorgeous gardens and exceptional selection of plants. Quailcrest offers gift certificates that cover anything in the greenhouse; seasonal wreath and centerpiece workshops; or Christmas lunches of homemade soup and herbed bread. 330-345-6722; www.quailcrest.com.
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Published on Oct 25, 2017