Looking for some unique gifts this holiday season? Give friends and family the gift of Nevada with one of a kind native treasures from the Silver State.
Whether it’s stocking stuffers filled with handmade chocolates, treating a friend to a culinary tour, or just sipping some spirits, Discover Your Nevada has some great local gift ideas for your shopping list.
At Dorinda’s Chocolates in Reno, you’ll find handcrafted treats for everyone on your list. Their Peanut Butter Bombs, Caramel Macadamia, and Rocky Road Bars make great stocking stuffers. Check out their monthly subscription boxes as another great option, because who doesn’t like a gift that keeps on giving?
Ruby Mountain Brewing
This ranch brewery might be hard to find, but trust us, it’s well worth the drive. Located off the beaten path in Elko County, it’s not only breathtaking to experience, but a great place to crack open an award winning ale and stock up on some brews for the beer lover in your life.
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Give the gift of one of a kind, hand-painted prints of popular attractions and wildlife from Meridian Press. Or, jazz up your holiday cards with a letterpress greeting card that will be sure to delight friends and family.
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Planet X Pottery
This off the grid studio and gallery is completely solar-powered and located in Gerlach, NV. Their unique location is where Burning Man is held every year. At Planet X Pottery, you’ll find fine porcelain, stoneware and landscape paintings perfect for gift giving year-round.
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Honey & Goldies
Dig into Western jewelry design at Honey & Goldies. Their jewelry is sourced locally by a proprietor whose personal pastime is exploring old abandoned mines out in the countryside. Here you’ll find gorgeous gemstones, rings, cuffs and even the ability to customize something that sparkles for that special someone in your life.
100% Navajo owned and operated, this Boulder City gem offers the finest in Native American jewelry. Their boho ties, belt buckles and more are perfectly made by Erick Begay himself, a Master Silversmith and Goldsmith.