HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS
The Fieldshop Winter Catalogue: Best and Brightest
A shiny new crop of curated goods from Fieldshop by Garden & Gun ring in the season with smart designs, handcrafted details, and effortless nods to Southern style
With Blade and Bow’s exclusive Field Bar, a top-shelf sip awaits the moment you step off the field.
Includes four rocks glasses, one Lost Cove Jewelry bar set (one spoon, one two-prong fork, four garnish picks), one set of custom napkins, and one Blade and Bow plaid throw ($4,600).
Treat yourself to a moment of peace—flickering candles, cool linen wraps, and all-natural soaks replenish from the outside in.
From left: Peace bath soap by Musee ($8); Simple Man bath balm by Musee ($10); Replenishing salt soak by Palermo Body ($32); Rosewood bathrobe by Home & Loft ($95); lemon coffee scrub by Palermo Body ($18–$48); white marble Modernist bowl by Sir/Madam ($60–$80).
In any Southern kitchen, a trusty cast-iron pan is king. But for the consummate cook, a well-stocked cupboard of artisanal accoutrements is nearly as essential.
From left: Teak Root measuring ladles by Sir/Madam (set of three, $60); Carolina Flake by Bulls Bay Saltworks ($16); Modern Snifter by Terrane Glass Co. ($55); Spar cocktail picks by FS Objects ($35); pink marble lidded cellar by Sir/Madam ($40); No. 8 cast-iron chef skillet by Smithey Ironware Co. ($100); round-edge Teak Root cutting board by Sir/Madam ($75); Magnolia vinegar by Lindera Farms ($20); Farmhouse oval roaster by Smithey Ironware Co. ($275); buttermilk biscuit mix by Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit ($8); Bloody Mary mix by Natural Blonde ($14); salmon rounded kitchen mitts by Sir/Madam ($45).
Call of the Wild
In the field or on the water, adventure is aided by thoughtful gear. With beauty and function in equal strokes, these heirloom-quality tools are as treasured as the hunt itself.
From left: Poquito fishing net by Heart Wood Trade ($275–$395); Randle dispatch case by Wren & Ivy ($295); Boykin duck call by R.H. Jensen Game Calls ($295); Camp knife by Stono Knife Works ($325); On the Run by David DiBenedetto, published by It Books ($15); camo jotter by Wms & Co. ($18).
Going for Gold
From hand-stitched leather to delicate silks, a touch of Southern elegance is always in style.
From left: Dolly boot by Miron Crosby ($2,750, available exclusively at mironcrosby.com); Animal Kingdom silk scarf by Olivia Wendel ($195); Sea Grass bangle by Julie Cohn Design ($395); Deb thin cuff by Brackish ($145); Cherry Blossom post earrings by Julie Cohn Design ($195); Campbell earrings by Brackish ($145); Cammy clutch by Sarah Stewart ($328); Poppy necklace by Julie Cohn Design ($1,795).
Beyond the Bar Cart
With shimmering glassware and a little something sweet, every party starts around the punch bowl. Take your soiree snacks up a notch with gourmet munchies and Southern-made confections make spirits bright all evening long.
From left: Blush pink champagne coupes by Estelle Colored Glass (set of six, $195); bourbon cherries by Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. ($18); camel napkins by Lettermade (set of four, $96); Admiral’s tray by Katy Skelton ($225); butter almond toffee popcorn by Poppy Handcrafted Popcorn, holiday canister ($22); white gold rim stoneware snack bowl by Be Home ($20); Brave animal crackers by Colts Chocolate Co. ($10); brass arch bowl by ME Speak Design ($85); blush pink cake stand by Estelle Colored Glass ($225); milk chocolate Colts Bolts by Colts Chocolate Co. (twenty-four-piece box, $78); Oklahoma decanter by Terrane Glass Co. ($150); silver bowl by Corbell Silver ($770); silver serving ladle by Sir/Madam ($48); white chocolate pecan pie by Colts Chocolate Co. ($32); exclusive Yorkshire melamine plate by Grace Charles Design Studio ($26).
That’s a Wrap
Striking paper goods and pretty-yet-practical tools make for an inspired home office—or a master gift wrapping station.
From left: Tailoring shears by Sir/Madam ($54); Magnolia wrapping paper by Fieldshop by G&G ($14); Osaka sketchbook by Moglea ($26); painted stripe notebook by Moglea ($24); The Rainbow Atlas by Taylor Fuller, published by Chronicle Books ($30); Bibliophile by Jane Mount, published by Chronicle Books ($25); Leaf cloth book by Moglea ($20); Coast candle by 42 Pressed ($36); Symbols of the South map by 42 Pressed ($120); Linen & Honeysuckle candle by Musee ($24); Oaxaca long gift tags by Moglea ($6); medium tangerine travel pouch by Moore & Giles ($70).
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