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Our Guide to 15th Anniversary Gifts: Crystal Clear

August 10, 2017

We’ve tried to be as faithful as we can so far to the original intent of the traditional list, but with the 15th anniversary, it’s proven just a tiny bit tough. Though the type of crystal you’re really supposed to look for this year is crystal glass, otherwise known as lead glass (eek!), we’ve stretched the truth a little and included all kinds of crystals in our 15th anniversary gift guide, from quartz to Himalayan pink salt. Read on for our top crystalline picks, including jewelry, mugs, and soaps, plus one watch for our modern crew.

 

Traditional: Crystal

Healing Stone Mugs | UncommonGoods

Soothe your sweetheart’s soul with a handmade mug outfitted with a stone of your choice, whether clear quartz, cat’s eye, rose quartz, or citrine. Each is believed to have special healing properties, and whether or not you agree, you can’t deny the joy a special mug will bring to a regular tea-drinker.

Healing Stone Mugs – $22Buy Here »

 

Hidden Crystal Candle | UncommonGoods

Hidden deep within the soy wax of these long-lasting, lightly scented candles lie crystals that will only emerge as they melt, unleashing positive vibes, or so say some. Choose from amethyst quartz, moonstone, or rose quartz; each stone is imbued with a special meaning that will show your spouse you care.

Hidden Crystal Candle – $22Buy Here »

 

Give your sweetheart somewhere special to stash their tiny trinkets with one of these decorative dishes. Crafted carefully from stained glass, each incorporates a row of beads and crystals threaded on a length of copper wire in honor of your beloved’s birth month.

Birth Month Mini Dish – $44Buy Here »

 

Emerald Crystal Ring | UncommonGoods

Jeweler Emilie Shapiro uses gemstones made from pressure-cooked elements and recycled brass fittings to craft each of her one-of-a-kind crystal rings. If jewelry’s more your steez, give them a look—their unique structure grants them a hand-hewn quality that’s perfect for a 15-year milestone (pardon the pun).

Emerald Crystal Ring – $135Buy Here »

 

Birthstone Mineral Soaps | UncommonGoods

These, as you may have guessed, aren’t crystals at all—they just look like ’em. Still, they’re an awesome choice for your 15th anniversary, when, what with candles, scrubbers, and mugs, relaxation seems to be the rule.

Birthstone Mineral Soaps – $20Buy Here »

 

Aqua Druzy Necklace | UncommonGoods

Ever heard of a druzy stone? We hadn’t either. Turns out it’s a type of mineral covered in tiny crystals that look like a layer of three-dimensional glitter, though they take a while to form. (We’re talking millions of years.) Also turns out that they look great hung on a gold-filled chain handmade by one Laura Jackson.

Aqua Druzy Necklace – $98Buy Here »

 

Wrapped Crystal Bar Earrings | UncommonGoods

These understated studs are a clear choice for the other half whose style screams classic, yet playful. Handmade in Virginia, they’re an elegant way to say “I love you” in honor of your 15th anniversary.

Wrapped Crystal Bar Earrings – $65Buy Here »

 

Major Scale Musical Wine Glasses | UncommonGoods

Made from lead-free crystal glass, these wine glasses will allow you both to indulge in the pleasure of making music while you sip on a treasured vintage. Hey, it’s been 15 years—you may as well crack into the good stuff.

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

 

Yours, Mine, and Ours Engraved Decanter Set | UncommonGoods

Celebrate your 15th year as a consciously coupled pair with this duo of lead-free crystal glasses and accompanying engraved decanter, perfect for any Art Deco fiend (or anyone with a bar in their basement).

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

 

Prism Magnifier | UncommonGoods

After 15 years, your honey’s eyesight might not be what it used to be. Just kidding, of course; you’re not ancient yet, but with this little paperweight you can still magnify stuff for the fun of it.

Prism Magnifier – $28Buy Here »

 

Modern: Watches

Planisphere Watch | UncommonGoods

If your love has a taste for space, this watch is sure to tickle their fancy. In addition to telling time, it charts the sky, so you’ll always know what stars are above you—even in New York, where you can’t actually see any of them.

Planisphere Watch – $64Buy Here »

 

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