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    Bejeweled Horeshoes

    $20 Each.
    For the horse lover or the person that has everything. These horseshoes are authentically dirty from the track itself. They’ve also gotten a beauty boost with the addition of jewels and baubles. They come in various designs.

    Ceramic Tripod Bowl and Spoon

    $24 for the bowl

    $14 for the spoon
    Dress your holiday table with the addition of this artisan craft ware. Simple and delicate in design that will have guests talking. Would make a great salt sellar for the cooks in your family.

    Rebecca Hook Jewelry

    $98 and up. Prices vary.
    These yellow-gold and sterling silver designs by Louisville’s Rebecca Hook are the perfect addition to any Kentucky woman’s wardrobe. These pieces are classy, refined, incredibly unique, and the Dogwood and Four Horseshoe designs truly standout.

    Where to find these: Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, 715 W. Main Street (502) 589-0102.


    Re-purposed Bicycle Wheel Light Fixture

    $395 each.
    Your home’s interior will thank you for the addition of these hip and clever light fixtures. Artist David Metcalf uses muslin and vintage bike wheels to design a fixture that is stare-worthy.

    Wood Stools

    $200 each.
    Craftsman Craig Bayens gives new life to heart pine timber salvaged from a tobacco warehouse. The beauty is in the simplicity of the woods’ natural design.

    Where to find these: Salvo Collective, 216 South Shelby Street (502) 614-6381.


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    About Julie Gross

    I’m originally from Ohio, but have been a Louisvillian for half my life. I divide my time between hubby, 3 kids, too many pets, and the 930 Art Center. When I'm not, you'll find me running the trails in Cherokee or Jefferson Memorial Forest.

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